Interested in being a Governor?
All members can stand for election to represent the area they live in. We have divided the areas into ‘constituencies’ based on your postcode, similar to what happens in a local council election.
There is information produced by NHS Improvement (formally known as Monitor), the independent regulator, on the role of governors that you may find useful:
- Your statutory responsibilities: a reference guide for Governors
- A brief guide for NHS Foundation Trust Governors
- Click here to access NHS Improvement website
For more information on the elections click here.Could you be our next governor?
The role of the Council of Governors
We want our Council of Governors to have a real and substantial role, creating relationships between us and the community we serve.
Our governors play a very important role in the Trust. They act as a link between Foundation Trust members, the public and the Board of Directors.
The main duties of the Council of Governors are:
- to hold the Non Executive Directors individually and collectively to account for the performance of the Board of Directors
- to represent the views of members, public and staff in the governance of the Trust
- to regularly feedback information about the Trust’ its vision and its performance to its members, the public and the stakeholder organisations that either elected or appointed them
If you need more information:
Telephone 01535 294540
Write to us at :
Foundation Trust Office
Airedale NHS Foundation Trust
Airedale General Hospital