CHANGES in the NHS are being highlighted in a virtual meeting.

People living in Wiltshire, Swindon, Bath, and north east Somerset are being called on to join the meeting on September 10.

The CCG's executive team will be there including Dr Andrew Girdher, clinical chair, and Tracey Cox, chief executive.

And there will also be a question and answer session at the end.

It will be on between 2pm and 4pm.

Speaking at the announcement of the AGM last month, Tracey Cox said: "This retrospective look back on the three former CCGs of Bath and North East Somerset, Swindon and Wiltshire is a chance to celebrate our achievements, but also acknowledge the challenges that occurred throughout 2019 and the early part of 2020.

"It is also a chance for our public to put their questions to us directly and, while we know many questions will relate to the impact coronavirus has had on local healthcare, we hope our answers will be able to provide some context and reassurance."

As well as showcasing the former organisations' financial performance, the AGM will also look at how local healthcare has been affected by Covid-19 and how services in the region will adapt to this ongoing challenge over the coming year.

Any person wishing to participate in the AGM is asked to register for a virtual seat through the sign up page, which can be found online

Alternatively, places can be reserved by sending an email, containing full name, to

Those who register will then be sent details of how to join the meeting, which will take place on the video conferencing platform Zoom.

A full agenda for the meeting, including a list of speakers, can be found online at