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Media Release

Date: 3 September 2021

RUH to hold its AGM for 2021

A year in review presentation from Chief Executive Cara Charles-Barks and a discussion around the future of cancer services will be among the topics on the agenda when the Royal United Hospitals Bath NHS Foundation Trust holds its AGM on Wednesday 22 September.

The online event will take place from 2pm – 4pm and be available for everyone to view on the Microsoft Teams video platform. Join in at

The AGM will also include presentations from staff about the hospital's culture and people, as well as reports on the Trust's operational and financial performance, the annual report of the Council of Governors and an update about the Trust's progress on its priorities for 2020/21.

Trust Chair Alison Ryan said: "This meeting is the perfect opportunity for people to find out more about how the RUH has fared during what has been another very challenging 12months.

"We will be sharing the progress we have made over the last year as well as looking ahead at what the future might hold for the RUH.

"We will also be updating on our financial position, our objectives and priorities, and finding our more about the experiences of our staff who work for the Trust.

"It's also your chance to ask us any questions you may have on issues relating to the RUH and the NHS. You can submit questions to the Membership Office in advance or you can ask your questions on the day during the live question and answer session."

If you have any questions about the event, please contact the Membership Office on 01225 826288 or 821262 or at


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