Could you be a Public Governor at Liverpool Heart and Chest Hospital?

Liverpool Heart and Chest Hospital is holding elections for new Public Governors later in the year and we’re now looking for anyone who would like to stand for election to become a Public Governor in our Merseyside, Cheshire and North Wales constituencies.

Governors are elected members of the public who represent the views of our foundation trust members and patients in communities across the North West and play an important role in shaping the future of the hospital and its services.

Election Information Open Evening

Wednesday 19 April at 5.30pm-6.30pm, LHCH Conference Room

If you’d like to find out more, we’re holding an Election Information Open Evening where you can speak to our Governors and learn more about what’s involved. There’s no obligation and everyone is welcome. This event is also followed by Cardiac Devices our free public event on pacemakers, ICD and CRT devices at 7pm. Please contact the Membership Office to book a place.

Nomination forms and information packs will be available from Friday 5 May 2017. Please email Ciara Norris at Electoral Reform Services at ftnominationenquiries@electoralreform.co.uk or ring 020 8889 9203 now to order your forms.  Nominations close on Monday 5 June 2017.

For further information or an informal chat, please contact Mike Tomkins in the Membership Office on 0151 600 1410, email membership.office@lhch.nhs.uk or visit our Council of Governors elections page on our website at www.lhch.nhs.uk

 


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