Find out how Harrogate District Hospital has coped with coronavirus at annual meeting this month

People are being given the chance to find out how Harrogate District Hospital has coped with the coronavirus pandemic at an annual members’ meeting later this month.

By Jacob Webster
Thursday, 10th September 2020, 3:44 pm
Updated Thursday, 10th September 2020, 3:50 pm

NHS staff and patients will share stories from the frontline of the fight against Covid-19 at the hospital trust’s virtual meeting on Tuesday, September 29.

The meeting will start at 5pm and is open to everyone.

There will also be a chance to ask questions of staff.

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There will be a chance to ask questions of staff at the meeting on Tuesday, September 29.

Angela Schofield, chairman of the hospital trust, said: “While our annual members’ meeting officially covers the financial year 2019/20, the topic on everyone’s minds will be the coronavirus pandemic.

"I’m really pleased that colleagues and patients will be providing interesting insight into their experiences over the past few months.

“Our meeting is usually a really busy event where we are able to meet in person to share our reflections on the past year, and speak with our foundation trust members and members of the public.

"Unfortunately, we’re not able to do that this year, but we would still be delighted if you were able to join us, albeit remotely."

No special software is required to join the meeting as it can be viewed in a standard web browser.

A copy of the meeting agenda will be available on the trust’s website in the coming weeks.

Ms Schofield said: “We hope there will be a lot of interest in the meeting. Please book your place as soon as possible.”

Contact 01423 554432 or [email protected] to register your attendance.