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Throughout the year we hold a number of events for our members and the public. These events include a series of educational health talks. Please find below information on the latest events for you to attend.

Understanding Health talks

CANCELLED Monday 6 April: Understanding Critical Care by Dr Michelle Scott, Consultant Anaesthetist, at The Village Hotel (opposite the Royal Bournemouth Hospital) at 11am

The talk is expected to be very popular and places are limited so booking is recommended. To reserve a place at the event please email communications@rbch.nhs.uk or call 01202 704271.

Free parking on site for the duration of the talk

Understanding Health talks in the Community

  • Friday 1 May: Understanding Health Talk at Barrington Centre, Penny’s Walk, Ferndown, BH22 9TH. 10.30am, subject and speaker to be confirmed
  • Tuesday 14 May: Understanding Interventional Radiology by Dr Clare Bent, consultant radiologist, at Bournemouth School for Girls, East Way, BH8 9UJ using East Way. 6.30pm
  • Tuesday 28 May: Understanding Health Talk at St Saviours Church, Wilverley Road, Brockenhurst, SO42 7SP. 6.30pm, subject and speaker to be confirmed

Governor listening event - 17 March 2020 CANCELLED

Governors of The Royal Bournemouth and Christchurch Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust are holding a Listening Event on Tuesday, 17 March 2020.

The Governors will be in Westbourne Arcade, Poole Road, Westbourne, BH4 9AY between 10:00am to 4:00pm to listen to the experiences of those who have used hospital services or visited patients. Feedback will be used to contribute to improvements in the Trust. The event is free to attend and no booking is required.

Meet your Local Governor

Listen to an update about what's happening at our hospitals and chat to our Trust governors at these Governor Hospital Talks. There's no need to book, just come along.

Dates to be announced soon.

The Council of Governors Quarterly Meeting

Our Council of Governors meet four times a year in public. Part one of the meetings are open everyone, public and staff. 2020 meetings will be announced shortly.