Could you be a governor at your local hospital?

Could you be a governor at your local hospital?

The NHS Foundation Trust that runs Hinchingbrooke Hospital is looking for a Huntingdonshire resident to join its Council of Governors to help shape how their local hospital is run.

Two information sessions are being held at Hinchingbrooke Hospital for anyone wanting to find out more about the role of a public governor. They take place on:

  • Monday 30 October 2017, 2pm to 4.30pm in the Henderson Room, Education Centre, Hinchingbrooke Hospital
  • Thursday 2 November 2017, 5.30pm-8pm in the Henderson Room, Education Centre, Hinchingbrooke Hospital

An election will be held for one position on the Trust’s Council of Governors at the end of November and will run until 20 December 2017.

The Trust has a total of 17 public governors representing the patients and public served by its three hospitals – Peterborough City, Hinchingbrooke and Stamford and Rutland Hospitals. This comprises six public governors representing Huntingdonshire, six representing Greater Peterborough and five representing Stamford and South Lincolnshire. The election will be held in Huntingdonshire only as one public governor position in that constituency has recently become vacant.  

Anyone unable to attend one of the information sessions can contact Paul Denton, the Trust’s Deputy Company Secretary, via email on: paul.denton2@nhs.net or call 01733 677954 for more information.

NOTICE OF ELECTION

NOTICE OF POLL

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