2014 St George’s KPA Annual General Meeting (AGM) & the new Renal Unit plans

March 29 2014

On 29th March this year, the committee held the AGM to which all members of the KPA were invited. In spite of it being a sunny Saturday, around 80 people attended the event. As well as the usual topics of the KPA's finances (in good shape), the keynote speech was given by the Trust's Chief Executive, Miles Scott.

In it he outlined the nature of the Trust, its size and challenges. He reported on the completion of the helipad, progress towards becoming a Foundation Trust and most importantly for KPA members, on plans for a new Renal Unit. At the meeting he acknowledged that the facilities used in the current Renal Unit had reached the end of their life and that the Trust was developing a business case to move the unit from Knightsbridge to new facilities. If successful the intention would be to begin any development work in 2015.

We hope to bring you news of the business case project and the KPA's contribution to shaping this over the summer of 2014.

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