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Venue: Education Centre, Ashford Hospital

2.00pm to 4.30pm

Agenda – Open Session

 

  Action Lead Report
  Declaration of Interest in the proceedings      
1 Apologies      
2 Minutes Decision AMcL Paper 2.0
3 Matters Arising      
         
4 Reports      
4.1 Chairman's Report Receive AMcL Paper 4.1
4.2 Chief Executive’s Report Receive AL Paper 4.2
         
5 Quality and Safety      
5.1 IGAC Minutes Receive AMcL Paper 5.1
5.2 Quality Report Assurance PB Paper 5.2
5.3 Complaints procedure Assurance SR Paper 5.3
         
6 Performance      
6.1 Performance Report Assurance VB Paper 6.1
6.2 Balanced Scorecard Assurance LMcK / SM Paper 6.2
         
7 Strategy and Planning      
7.1 Treasury Management Policy Decision SM Paper 7.1
         
8 Regulatory      
8.1 Monitor self-certification Decision GR Paper 8.1
8.2 Finance Committee: Terms of Reference Decision JG Paper 8.2
         
9 Any Other Business      
10 Questions from the Public      
11

Next meeting:

31st July 2014,

St Peter's Hospital

     

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As we begin to emerge from the worst of the winter period, you will be aware that we continue to face pressures on our emergency pathway, and many of you will be experiencing those on a daily basis. Although in general we have coped well with winter pressures this year, we now need to focus on resetting our hospital and returning to normal running and this is not something that the emergency care teams can do on their own. The full support of Team ASPH is needed, along with the help of our partners in the wider community ... read this week's message