A Potted History of QMC - 40th Anniversary
Tuesday 24 January, D Floor Restaurant QMC. 4.30pm - 6pm.
2017 is the 40th anniversary of Nottingham’s Queen’s Medical Centre. As a teaching hospital and medical school it was first conceived in 1965 when a decision was made in Parliament to establish the first medical school in the 20th century outside London. As a consequence, establishing the QMC was for those who were its creators, no easy task, and for many years they had to fight off stiff competition from those who were against its construction.
For the first time members of NUH have the opportunity to come to an illustrated talk, to be given by Paul R. Swift, Honorary Archivist of our hospitals, where you will hear how the QMC’s creators managed to fight off those who were against its construction, and to how the QMC has become one of the worlds leading teaching hospitals in research and medical innovation.
This event is kindly sponsored by The League of Friends QMC.
The changing face of health and social care(Notts Sustainability and Transformation Plan)
Tuesday 31 January, Education Conference Centre, Nottingham City Hospital, 10am -12pm
Our Chief Executive, Peter Homa, is hosting this session to update members and patients on NUH’s 2-year strategic plan, which will set out the Trust’s priorities over the coming years.
NUH’s plan will also describe how the Trust will contribute to the delivery of the recently-published Nottinghamshire Sustainability Transformation Plan (STP). The STP is the five-year plan that describes the future strategy for health and social care in our city and county. The plan considers how we can best improve the quality of care, the health and wellbeing of local people, and the finances of local services. The meeting will be an opportunity to ask questions about the NUH plans and the STP and to have your say on the delivery of future health and social care services in your community.
Places are limited at events and it is vital that you book your place. Please register by either emailing email@example.com or calling 0115 924 9924 x 63953.