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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

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31st July 2014,

St Peter's Hospital

     

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