Health chiefs face questions

PUBLISHED: 16:11 27 August 2008 | UPDATED: 15:12 25 August 2010

PATIENTS will get the chance to quiz hospital bosses at an annual general meeting.

PATIENTS will get the chance to quiz hospital bosses at an annual general meeting.

Queen Mary's Hospital, Sidcup, will be holding its annual general meeting on Tuesday, September 16 at 9.30am, in the Lord Wallace Dining Room of the Postgraduate Education Centre on the hospital site.

The infection control team will give an update on their progress.

Presentations will be given on the hospital's progress in providing care to patients within 18 weeks of a referral from their GP and on the setting up of setting up of the trust's new children's directorate.

Updates will also be given on the trust's finances and of future plans.

The meeting will end with a question and answer session.

Parking is available in the public car park and disabled parking is available next to the Education Centre.


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