Governor Elections 2016
The results of the elections to the Council of Governors of
Central Manchester University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust are
now available - please see documents below:
The results will be formally announced at our forthcoming Annual
Members' Meeting scheduled for Tuesday, 27th September 2016 (please
see below for more details) with newly elected Governors starting
in office following closure of this meeting.
Annual Members' Meeting 2016
Our Annual Members' Meetings are
open to both our members and the public and we would be delighted
if you could join us at our 2016 meeting on:
- Tuesday, 27th September 2016 at 1.00 pm - 4.00 pm in
the Post Graduate Centre, Manchester Royal Infirmary, M13
The theme this year is 'Working Together to Care for You'.
Our staff will be running information stands with our partners,
showcasing how we all work together to care for you and your family
- and celebrating our CQC rating of 'Good'.
For more information please go to our Events webpage. You can also click the
image to download a flyer which provides more details about
the Meeting and a map showing how to find the venue.
If you would like to find out more about our Membership Events,
please contact the FT Membership
Foundation Focus Newsflash - Membership Newsletter
The latest edition of
our Foundation Focus Newsflash, includes an
update on our Care Quality Commission (CQC) 'Good' rating, details
of how our Governors have been acting on your behalf, an
introduction to our new Non-Executive Directors plus news about the
Single Hospital Service programme.
Become a Member of our NHS Foundation
We are committed to establishing a truly representative
membership and welcome members from all backgrounds and
protected characteristics including age, disability, gender
reassignment, marriage and civil partnership, pregnancy and
maternity, race, religion or belief, sex, and sexual orientation
(this is not exclusive of other diverse backgrounds).
Being a member of an NHS Foundation Trust
means that you can have a real say, through your elected
representatives (Governors), in shaping future services and strategic
You decide how involved you want to be - you may simply want
to receive a newsletter about the Trust's
activities or you may want to stand for election to the Council of
Governors, which works with the Board of Directors.
How to Join
If you, your family, friends or colleagues are interested in
becoming a member, please contact the Foundation
Trust Membership Office for an application form, join via
application form or look out for our Become a Member display
stand located near Trust Headquarters, Cobbett House,
Manchester Royal Infirmary.