Frimley Health NHS Foundation Trust is inviting members of the public to its Annual Members’ Meeting on Tuesday, 29 September, from 6pm – 8.30pm at Legoland Windsor Hotel.
This free event will include an engaging and informative talk from the trust’s cancer care team, and chief executive Sir Andrew Morris, and chairman Sir Mike Aaronson will be sharing the latest news about Frimley Health’s exciting multi-million pound building projects and other plans for the future, as well as reporting on how far we have come in the past year.
There will also be a ‘marketplace’ exhibition to showcase a variety of the hospitals’ innovative services, and give guests the chance to speak directly with some of the experts. These will include:
- the ‘veinsite’ headset – a special piece of equipment that uses infra-red light to show up superficial veins for when patients need to have medication administered via a tube (cannula) directly into their veins on multiple occasions.
- simulation manikins – used to train medical and nursing staff in a multitude of different medical scenarios, plus special effects make-up to create realistic and clinically accurate wounds.
- the empathy suit – designed to emulate many age-related conditions and used during training to enable staff to experience the challenges some elderly people face every day.
Sarah Waldron, the trust’s membership development manager is sure it will be an interesting evening and said: “I’m really looking forward to this year’s annual members’ meeting. It’s a fantastic opportunity to hear about the great work the cancer care team is doing and speak directly to some of the hospitals’ expert clinicians. So why not join me and find out more about what’s going on at your local hospitals?”
For further information and to reserve your place, please contact Meg Stevens (firstname.lastname@example.org) or Mohit Abbi (email@example.com).