Engagement & Listening Events

Northern Lincolnshire and Goole NHS Foundation Trust are holding quarterly public engagement and listening events which offer the public the opportunity to hear updates from Mrs Anne Shaw our Trust Chair, Peter Reading our Chief Executive, and will include information on recent service changes.

Updates will include our Improving Together Programme, ‘spotlight’ on key service areas presentations and videos, and you’ll have the opportunity to take part in a general question and answer sessions.

Before and after the one hour public meeting you are able to visit health market stalls and chat to key professionals.

Please watch this space for 2019 dates!

Members’ Calendar of Events 2019 (80kb)
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Scunthorpe Events

Date Times Venue
TBC TBC  – Health Market Place
TBC – Engagement & Listening Event
TBC

Grimsby Events

Date Times Venue
14th March 2019 12.30pm to 4pm  – Engagement & Listening Event

(Joint event with North East Lincs CCG)

Humber Royal Hotel, Littlecoates Road, Grimsby DN34 4LX
19th March 2019 5pm to 7pm  – Engagement & Listening Event

(Joint event with North East Lincs CCG)

Centre 4, Wootton Road, Grimsby, DN33 1HW

On Thursday March 14th, over 70 members of the public, stakeholders & staff attended the Getting Better Together event held at the Humber Royal Hotel, jointly hosted by the CCG and the hospital trust.

Getting Better Together Twilight Meeting – Tuesday March 19th from 5pm to 7pm at Centre 4, Wootton Road, Grimsby, DN33 1HW.

To book your place please email us nelccg.accord@nhs.net or telephone 0300 3000 567

Goole Events

Date Times Venue
TBC TBC – Health Market Place
TBC – Engagement & Listening Event
TBC – Health Market Place
TBC

Coming along?

To book a place at any of the above events please contact the Membership Office.

A drop-in session is also held every second Tuesday of the month at Goole, in Coffee Bean from 3pm to 5pm.  This is a time for members and the public to mix with their governors in an informal setting to bring up any issues or concerns they would like the governors to address on their behalf.