Frome Community Hospital is holding its forum event on Monday 30 April, from 6 – 8pm.
The evening is a chance for the public, patients and staff from across the hospital to find out more about the hospital, what it does and for people to have their say.
It’s a relaxed informal evening with Hayley Hughes, hospital matron, and other team members from various departments, and will take place in the hospital’s Moxon Suite.
You’ll be able to find out more about some of the initiatives and other services that Somerset Partnership provides – the trust who run Frome Community Hospital – including talking therapies, the integrated rehabilitation team and the outpatient services on offer including retinal eye screening.
The evening will also be a chance to find out about becoming a member of the Friends of Frome Hospital, volunteering and support services in the area.
Hayley Hughes, Matron at Frome Community Hospital, said: “We are delighted to be holding another forum at the hospital.
“It’s really important that people have their say on what they think of our services and the care we deliver to our patients.
“We would love to hear your ideas, comments and feedback or if you’d just like to pop in and find out more about what we do at the hospital then please feel free.”