People are being invited to the James Paget University Hospital's annual general meeting to find out about its work in caring for thousands of patients over the last year.

Taking place on Tuesday, September 26, from 6pm, the AGM is open to everyone and provides an opportunity to hear about the work carried out at the hospital over the previous year. 

Information about the hospital's annual report, quality report and accounts will be discussed.

Before the AGM from 4pm until 6pm, the Burrage Centre will host a series of presentations under the banner 'Improving Together,' highlighting the Paget's recent improvements and what to expect next at the site.

Great Yarmouth Mercury: Jo Segasby, chief executive of the James Paget in Gorleston. Picture - JPUHJo Segasby, chief executive of the James Paget in Gorleston. Picture - JPUH (Image: JPUH)

Jo Segasby, chief executive of James Paget University Hospital, said: “Our staff are really passionate about the projects they are working on that improve the experience our patients have when being cared for at our hospital – as well as the innovations that help our services run effectively.”

The hospital’s AGM begins at 6pm and will take place in the Lecture Theatre at the Burrage Centre. 

If you wish to attend the AGM, contact to confirm. 

Attendees are welcome to visit the ‘Improving Together’ stands before the AGM starts at 6pm.