Tuesday 16 September, 5pm-7pm
Clarendon Hall, York House, Richmond Road, Twickenham, TW1 3AA
Join us at our Annual General Meeting (AGM) and health fair on Tuesday 16 September to find out how our community health services can make a difference to you and your family.
Health Fair, 5-6pm:
The trust’s public health fair takes place between 5-6pm (prior to the Annual General Meeting) and will feature stalls, information and staff representatives from services across the trust - a great opportunity for patients and the public to find out more about the community health services we provide across the boroughs of Hounslow and Richmond.
The health fair will host various attractions such as:
On the spot health checks: hearing checks, blood pressure and diabetes information
Careers in the community: find out about careers and job opportunities within our trust
Health and wellbeing: information on healthy living including eating well, keeping active, and our healthy lifestyle services such as LiveWell Richmond, stop smoking services and much more!
Community nursing: find out about our specialist nursing teams, which include school nurses, health visitors and district nurses
Richmond Response and Rehabilitation Team: find out about the important work that this multi-displinary, integrated team do to improve patient outcomes
Family Nurse Partnership: meet the team behind this innovative service which helps to reduce social exclusion for first time mothers aged nineteen years old or under
Healthwatch: representatives from Healthwatch Hounslow and Healthwatch Richmond will be on hand to answer questions and provide information about the help they offer.
Annual General Meeting, 6-7pm:
Following the health fair, the trust’s AGM takes place between 6-7pm where our achievements and performance over the financial year, as well as the plans for the future will be presented.
Guest speaker - Dr Clare Gerada: We are pleased to confirm the guest speaker will be London-based GP, Dr Clare Gerada. Clare was formerly Chair of the Council of the Royal College of General Practitioners and previously served as Senior Medical Advisor to the Department of Health. In February 2013, she was assessed as one of the 100 most powerful women in the United Kingdom by Woman’s Hour on BBC Radio 4.
You can find a map of York House on Richmond Council's website, here.
All welcome to attend - we hope to see you there!