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Nominations open to become a Governor at Wirral University Teaching Hospital

Members of the public are being called on to play a vital role within Wirral University Teaching Hospital (WUTH) by becoming a Public Governor.

Nominations are now open for the next Public Governor election at WUTH. Governors play an important role in helping to shape and support the services provided by the Trust which runs Arrowe Park and Clatterbridge hospitals. 

Janelle Holmes, Chief Executive at Wirral University Teaching Hospital, said: “We have enjoyed massive support from the local community and interest in the NHS has rarely been higher. So if members of the public want to go a step further and be involved in our hospitals, why not put yourself forward for our governor elections. Hospital governors play a vital role in Foundation Trusts like ours and are part of the ways in which we are accountable to local people and continue to meet their needs.”

*Nominations are running until 5th November 2020 and elections will run from 24th November to 15th December 2020.*

Elections are being held in the following areas:

Public Governors:

Bebington and Clatterbridge (1 seat)

Bromborough and Eastham (1 seat)

Heswall, Pensby and Thingwall (1 seat)

Liscard and Seacombe (1 seat)

Neston, Little Neston, Parkgate and Riverside (1 seat)

New Brighton and Wallasey (1 seat)

West Wirral (1 seat)

Residents who are registered as members of the Trust in areas the Trust is recruiting from will have received a post card through their door explaining how they can put themselves forward for the election.

People can register an interest or put themselves forward for election by contacting ftnominationenquiries@cesvotes.com

To find out more about the role please contact: andrea.leather@nhs.net and for more information please visit the Trust website at www.wuth.nhs.uk.