Come to Annual Public Meetings

Our partner trusts will hold their Annual Public Meetings (APMs) during September and October.

Annual Public MeetingGuy’s and St Thomas’

Guy’s and St Thomas’ NHS Foundation Trust will hold their APM on Thursday 13 September in the Marquee at the Gardens of St Thomas’ Hospital, from 6:00pm-7:30pm. Refreshments and information stands will be available from 5:30-6:00pm.

Hear about Guy's and St Thomas' hospital and community services over the last year and find out about future plans.

There is no need to book your place for the Guy’s and St Thomas’ Annual Public Meeting, simply turn up on the day.

South London and Maudsley

South London and Maudsley NHS Foundation Trust will hold their Annual Members’ Meeting on Tuesday 25 September at Kia Oval, Kennington at 2pm.

All Foundation Trust Members and their guests are invited to attend the event which is being held alongside the Trust’s Staff Recognition Awards. The aim of the awards is to recognise the efforts and achievements of dedicated staff who go the extra mile to improve the lives of the people and our local communities.

Register for South London and Maudsley’s Annual Members’ Meeting.

King’s College Hospital

This year, King’s College Hospital NHS Foundation Trust will have two Annual Members’ Meetings, one in Southwark and one in Bromley, allowing more people to attend and hear about the services that are most important to them.

Meetings will be held on:

  • Wednesday 3 October, 6.00-7.30pm at InSpire at St Peter’s, The Crypt, St Peter’s Church, Liverpool Grove, London, SE17 2HH
  • Thursday 4 October, 6.00-7.30pm, Bromley United Reform Church, 20 Widmore Road, BR1 1RY

To book, please phone 020 3299 8785 or email

You can also submit a question in advance of the event by emailing which will be shared with the Executive team before the meeting.

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