Trust Board

Board

The Board comprises five Executive Directors (one of whom is the Chief Executive) who manage the Trust on a day-to-day basis, and five Non-Executive Directors including the Trust Chairman who provide additional experience and an independent perspective to the Board. The balance of Executive and Non-Executive Directors broadens and strengthens the range of skills and experience available in the boardroom. Non-Executive Directors also hold Executive Directors to account for the effective management of the Trust.

Non-Executive Directors, including the Chair, are appointed by NHS Improvement. Non-Executive Directors are appointed for a period of not more than four years in the first instance. The appointment of Executive Directors is approved by the Appointments Committee of the Board.

NHS Boards are required to retain full and effective control over Trust activities. Between meetings of the Board, directors are involved in development workshops and seminars to focus on specific matters such as horizon scanning, risk management, business planning, quality governance and organisational development.

Full details of our Trust Board and how it operates can be found here.

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