Western Sussex Hospitals have joined up with Brighton and Sussex University Hospitals to form a new NHS Foundation Trust for our area: University Hospitals Sussex.

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Impressive NHS staff survey results to be discussed at meeting

Thursday May 25, 2017

How the trust that runs hospitals in Chichester, Worthing and Shoreham performed in the latest NHS Staff Survey will be discussed at a meeting on Tuesday 13 June.

The Council of Governors of Western Sussex Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust will meet in public at Mickerson Hall, Chichester Medical Education Centre, St Richard’s Hospital, Chichester, PO19 6SE.

Beginning at 9.30am, the meeting includes a review of the trust’s performance over the past three months through presentations from chief executive Marianne Griffiths and other members of the trust’s executive team.

More than 30 governors, whose role is to represent the local population and help the trust fulfil its remit, will discuss the trust’s impressive staff survey scores which showed improvement against each of the 32 questions answered by 4,000 healthcare professionals in West Sussex..

Refreshments will be serviced at the beginning of the meeting and members of the public will have an opportunity to ask questions of the Council just before its conclusion at 12pm.

Chairman, Mike Viggers, said: “We welcome members of the public attending our meetings and learning more about how their hospitals are managed.

“As a Foundation Trust we are accountable to our members, as well as the public we serve, and we are keen to hear people’s views about our acute health services.”

The next quarterly meeting of the trust’s Council of Governors will take place on Thursday 14 September 2017, at Worthing College, Denham Road, 1 Sanditon Way, Worthing, BN14 9FD

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