Learning disabilities on the agenda for hospital Governors
The next meeting of the Council of Governors at the Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital takes place this week from 2pm to 4pm on Thursday 22nd November 2012.
The Governors will hear how people with learning disabilities are cared for by a specialist nurse when they have a hospital visit or admission. There will also be information on how Trust is performing on quality of care, waiting times and finance.
All NHS Foundation Trusts have a Council of Governors which represents the views of patients, public and staff. As space is limited at the meeting, please can members of the public who are interested in attending contact the Membership Office on 01603 287634 or e-mail email@example.com
Notes for Editors
The role of the Council of Governors is to represent the views of the Trusts members when decisions are made about the future of hospital services.
There are 15 public Governors who each represent a geographical area in Norfolk or Waveney. There are also six staff Governors who each represent a staff group, plus four appointed Governors from local organisations The University of East Anglia, NHS Norfolk and Waveney, Norfolk County Council and a representative from the District Councils