Stamford Hospital trust members asked to vote for public governor
People living in the Stamford and South Lincolnshire area, who are members of the Trust that runs Stamford and Rutland Hospital, are being asked to vote for a new Public Governor to represent them on the Trust’s Council of Governors.
North West Anglia NHS Foundation Trust, which also runs Peterborough City and Hinchingbrooke Hospitals, will launch its election on Wednesday (April 24). Voting information is being sent to all local people who are members of the Trust, encouraging them to use their vote. The poll closes on Wednesday, May 15.
Three local candidates have put themselves forward for the voluntary role of Public Governor, to represent the views of members and residents of Stamford and South Lincolnshire.
Trust chairman Rob Hughes, said: “I would encourage our members living in our Stamford and South Lincolnshire constituency to use their vote so we can ensure our new Public Governor has the support of the local community. Having an enthusiastic and active governor body is extremely important to ensure our Trust continues to deliver services that meet the needs of our patients.”