How our trust is led
The trust board ensures that we meet our strategic objectives. We are managed by a board of directors comprising a chair, executive directors and non-executive directors. The board of directors are responsible for the day-to-day management of the hospital and oversight of our people.
The board of directors is made up of the following:
- Executive directors, who are responsible for managing areas of the trust’s business.
- Non-executive directors, who have specialist experience and bring independent oversight of the board’s activities.
The trust board has several committees that monitor the operational and financial performance of the organisation, as well as matters relating to the quality and safety of our services.
You can take a look our executive team portfolio via this link.
The trust board meets in public every other month and you are welcome to attend the meeting. Please let Heather Schultz, head of corporate affairs, know if you would like to attend and if you wish to submit a question to the board. You may ask pre-submitted questions at the board meeting, but you will not be able to contribute to the discussion.
An Annual General Meeting (AGM) is held on a yearly basis and is open to members of the public.
Contact: Heather Schultz
01279 82 7372
Public board meeting dates 2022/23
- 7 April 2022
- 9 June 2022
- 4 August 2022
- 6 October 2022
- 1 December 2022
- 2 February 2023
Board meetings are held at various venues. Please contact Heather Schultz for further information.
To look at previous board meeting papers, please download the PDF documents below. If you are unable to download the file, or require older copies, please contact us.
*Please note that Sharon McNally's full job title is director of nursing, midwifery and allied health professionals (AHPs) and deputy chief executive.
Non-executive directors have specialist experience and provide independent oversight of board activities.
Our non-executive directors provide independent oversight of the board and its committees, and specialist experience from outside of the public sector.