George Eliot NHS Foundation Trust Board of Governors
The Board of Governors is made up of elected and nominated
Governors. The Governors have a number of key roles that they will fulfil:
Representing the interests of our local communities and partner
organisations in the way we work.
Taking on a ‘trustee’ role for the welfare of the organisation, by
ensuring the way we work is in keeping with our roles and values.
Advising us on our strategic direction and long term plans.
Holding us to account for the delivery of our strategic objectives.
Specific responsibilities of the Board of Governors
that members of the public and partner organisations are consulted.
meetings (a minimum of two formal meetings a year plus the annual members
the Board of Directors on concerns of patients, public, carers, staff and
partners relating to the hospital.
the Chairman and other non-executive directors of the foundation trust
(with the exception of the initial appointments) and set their
remuneration and allowances.
the appointment of the Chief Executive (with the exception of the initial appointment).
or removing the auditor.
the annual report, accounts and report of the auditor.
a lead role in the ongoing development of the Trust’s membership.
Foundation Trust Project Manager
George Eliot Hospital NHS Trust