Becoming a QVH public governor

Nominations have now closed to put yourself forward to become a QVH public or staff governor from July 2023. The public election is uncontested, which means that all nominees will take up the role from 1 July 2023, and there will be no public ballot. Read the notice of the uncontested election here.

The staff election is contested, and the election will take place between 16 May 2023 and 12 June 2023.

The new governors will take up their role from 1 July 2023.

What is a governor?

Governors have an important role in making an NHS foundation trust publicly accountable for the services it provides. They bring valuable perspectives and contributions to our activities. Governors hold non-executive directors to account for the performance of the Board and represent the interests of NHS foundation trust members and the public. Governors are volunteers and are not paid. You can find out more in the Brief guide for governors.

Statement of nominated candidates

The list of candidates who have put themselves forward for this year’s Council of Governor election.

Notice of Election

Find out more about the Council of Governors

Find out more about the Council of Governors