Have you got what it takes to be a Governor?
Being a Governor can be very rewarding and interesting. Governors play a vital role in shaping the future direction of the Trust and the services provided to local communities. Governors represent the interests of the Trust’s membership (which includes staff, patients and local residents) and the wider public. Becoming a Governor is a good way to build your knowledge about what is going on in the Trust and the wider NHS.
We currently have vacancies in the following constituencies:
Public: Knaresborough and East District (one seat)
Public: Rest of North Yorkshire and York (one seat)
Public: Ripon and West District (one seat)
Public: Rest of England (one seat)
Staff: Other Clinical (one seat)
Nominations Closed at 5pm on Tuesday, 20 July 2021 – please click here to view the Statement of Nominated Candidates.
Voting packs will be despatched to members in the contested elections on Monday, 9 August 2021.
Close of election is Friday, 27 August 2021
Further to the deadline for nominations for the above election, the following constituencies were uncontested. Please click here to view the Uncontested Report. The candidates elected unopposed are:
Public: Rest of North Yorkshire and York – Ian Barlow
Staff: Other Clinical – Andrew Jackson
There were no valid nominations received for the constituency Public: Rest of England so this constituency will be included in the autumn elections.
Find out more
If you are interested in becoming a Governor, find out more by contacting Angie Colvin, Corporate Affairs and Membership Manager, via email at firstname.lastname@example.org
- So you are thinking about becoming a Governor (produced by NHS Providers)
- Information for Prospective Governors
If you require further information on the election process, please contact:
Angie Colvin, Corporate Affairs and Membership Manager: email@example.com