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North East London Foundation Trust to discuss patients’ feedback at public meeting

PUBLISHED: 11:00 22 January 2014 | UPDATED: 11:00 22 January 2014

The North East London Foundation Trust will hold a meeting next Wednesday to discuss patients’ feedback.

The meeting will include items NEFLT’s internal patient experience survey and the outcomes of NELFT’s work to ensure governors can work better with the trust’s board of directors.

John Brouder, NELFT’s chief executive, said: “The trust understands the impact that physical and mental health problems have on individual patients and the families that care for them.

“We aim to deliver the highest quality care when and where it is needed.”

The public meeting will to be held at Trust Head Office, Goodmayes Hospital, Barley Lane, Ilford, IG3 8XJ from 3pm to 5pm.

Please call 0300 555 1300 or email helen.essex@nelft.nhs.uk if you wish to attend.

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