As a Foundation Trust, we are also held to account by our
Members who, acting through our Council of Governors, play an
important part in our governance arrangements by offering
constructive challenge to the Trust Board on important issues which
matter to our members.
The Council of Governors consists of elected and nominated
governors who provide an important link between the Trust, local
people and key stakeholder organisations by sharing information and
views that can be used to develop and improve patient services.
All Foundation Trusts are required to have a Council of
Governors, which carries out a range of legal functions on behalf
of the members of the Trust. These functions include:
You can find details of our Governors here.
We have developed an information pack for anyone interested in
becoming a Governor which you can download from here. In it you will
find more information about the role, the responsibilities and
other important information. For more information, please see
our How to become a