Our AGM 2021 was a hugely successful event - a celebration of Outstanding services and people delivered entirely online. Relive it below
As part of our AGM, we released this heartfelt thanks and recognition to all 2,330 members of the Combined family who have served the people and communities of North Staffordshire and Stoke-on-Trent during the Covid crisis 2020-21 – they are simply the very, very best in the NHS and we are proud to have them as part of our family.
Watch the keynote addresses from our Executive Team
Our AGM 2021 got off to a spectacular start as we conducted an aerial tour of our teams and locations
Our Chair, David Rogers, gets our AGM 2021 off to the best possible start with an introduction delivered in his inimitable style
Our Chief Executive, Peter Axon, sets out details of another fantastic year by Combined and its Outstanding Services and People
Our Executive Director of Operations, Jonathan O’Brien – tells how we have not only coped magnificently with the challenge of Covid-19, but continued to transform our services and operations as we have done so.
Our Executive Director of People, OD and Inclusion, Shajeda Ahmed – sets out some of the highlights of how Combined Healthcare supported its staff and people over the most challenging of years.
Our Medical Director, Dr Buki Adeyemo, sets out details of an area of Trust success that is close to her heart and something to which our entire Trust Board attaches enormous importance – Research and Innovation.
Our Executive Director of Nursing, Kenny Laing, explains how we continue to put listening to our service users at the very core of our Quality Agenda
Our Executive Director of Partnerships, Strategy and Digital, Chris Bird, details the strands of our medium term trust strategy and, in particular, explains our delivery in Partnerships, Sustainability and Digital
We closed AGM 2021 with this heartfelt thanks and recognition to all 2,330 members of the Combined family who served the people and communities of North Staffordshire and Stoke-on-Trent during the Covid crisis 2020-21