Congenital Heart Disease Consultation

Friday 30 June, 1:30pm until 3:30pm. The Wallace Room, The Education & Conference Centre, Nottingham University Hospitals, City Hospital Campus, NG5 1PB.

In July 2016, NHS England published a set of proposals regarding the future commissioning of congenital heart disease (CHD) services for children and adults. They describe the actions which we propose to take in order to ensure a consistent standard of care for CHD patients across the country, for now and for the future.

The effect of these proposals, if implemented, will be that some hospitals will carry out more CHD surgery and catheter procedures, while others, which do not meet the relevant standards, will stop doing this work.

The aim of this public consultation is to provide information about their proposals, and the potential impact they may have, if implemented, on the delivery of services, and to seek your views about their plans.

Places are limited at events and it is vital that you book your place. Please register by emailing


End of Life Care at NUH

Thursday 6 July, 1pm until 3pm, The Lecture Theatre, Nottingham University Hospitals, City Hospital Campus, NG5 1PB.

This event will discuss the sensitive issues surrounding End of Life Care. You will hear from a number of healthcare professionals who will put into context the many challenges and emotional requirements when deciding on end of life care and new approaches being developed.  

NUH Annual Public Meeting

Thursday 20 July, from 5pm, Nottingham University Hospitals, City Hospital Campus, NG5 1PB. Please click here for the full agenda. 

If you would like to attend an event or would like further information, please contact or call 0115 924 9924 extension 63953


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