Members of the public are invited to send in their questions for North Cumbria Integrated Care NHS Foundation Trust’s (NCIC) Annual Members’ Meeting (AMM) which takes place next week.
NCIC provides hospital and community health services and the event provides an opportunity for members of the public to learn more about our achievements and challenges over the last 12 months and the current financial position, which you can find out more about in our annual report for 22/23 now available on our website.
At the annual members meeting on Tuesday, November 7, we are also keen to hear the views of as many members as possible about our emerging plans for the future, and listen to your feedback so that we can use this to improve our plans.
The meeting will be held at People First, Milbourne Street, Carlisle from 2pm to 4pm. For those unable to attend in person, there will be an option to attend virtually.
Steven Morgan, Chair of NCIC, said: “Reducing our waiting lists, growing the next generation of healthcare workers and becoming an employer of choice are just some of the priorities we have identified as central to our long term plans. We want to hear from our members and the public what they think about these priorities, what we are missing and where we can improve our plans.”
Members of the public can submit questions in advance to be responded to in the meeting through [email protected].
To book or for any enquiries please email [email protected] – Corporate Governance Team, Parkhouse NHS, Baron Way, Kingmoor Park, Carlisle, CA6 4SJ Telephone: 07824 498358.