2016 Open Day – All Welcome

splash screenWe’re doing it again … back in 2013, it was so popular with thousands of people attending that we’re getting organised to open our doors again.

On Saturday 19 March 2016, between 10am and 2pm, we’ll be welcoming visitors in once again to look at nearly 50 different activities.

From a Careers Fair to historic library collections, from blood to bones, from what happens in theatre to the purpose of research … just come along to find out more about healthcare and life in a modern hospital. Staff will be on hand to explain more and you can get hands-on with our simulation manikins and interactive activities. We promise it’ll be fun and educational.

This time, to help you plan where you’d like to visit and what you’d like to see and do, we’ve created our own app. Thanks to Christian in our Comms team, you can browse through and plan your visit and even book in to some of the bookable sessions. We hope you like the app and find it useful.

OpenDayAppSM

To download our free Open Day app, scan the QR code below (or visit http://m.appbuild.io/opendayt) from a compatible Apple or Android device and you will be taken to iTunes or Google Play to download the app. If you are not a smartphone user, don’t worry as we will be sharing an Open Day programme via this blog during the build-up to the big day.

Image of QR code linking to our Open Day app

This event has been made possible through the support of Charitable Funds Committee and, in turn, some of the many, many generous donations given to the hospital by patients and their families. Thank you.

My colleagues are really keen to tell you more about what’s on offer at the Open Day, so as well as the app, every week we’ll be bringing you blogs on this site on what you can expect to see. Enjoy!

Amanda
Head of Communications

 

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