Elections

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Council of Governor elections 2022

If you are a Foundation Trust member, you can have your say on the future of your hospitals when voting opens in our Council of Governors Elections on Thu 5 Jan 2023. Elections will be held in the following constituencies of the Council of Governors:

Patient constituency

  • 1 seat

Public constituency

  • City of Westminster—2 seats
  • London Borough of Hammersmith and Fulham—1 seat
  • London Borough of Kensington and Chelsea—1 seat
  • London Borough of Wandsworth—1 seat
  • London Borough of Richmond Upon Thames—2 seats
  • Rest of England—1 seat

Staff constituency

  • Allied Health Professionals, Scientific and Technical—1 seat
  • Support, Administrative and Clerical—1 seat

Members registered in these constituencies were invited to nominate themselves to stand for election by Wed 7 Dec 2022.

Ballot papers for all contested constituencies will be distributed to qualifying Foundation Trust members on Thu 5 Jan 2023. Completed ballot papers must be received by the Returning Officer, Civica Election Services by the close of poll—5pm on Mon 30 Jan 2023.

The election results will be published on this webpage by 5pm on Tue 31 Jan 2023.

For any queries relating to election process, please contact the Corporate Governance team on 020 3315 6716 or chelwest.corporategovernance@nhs.net.

bio-ajay.jpgMake a difference as a Governor of Chelsea and Westminster Hospital NHS Foundation Trust by representing our diverse communities 

“As an organisation, we employ more than 6,000 staff and care for patients from many communities across London, and also nationally and internationally. We are committed to ensuring that equality, diversity, inclusion and human rights are central to the way we deliver healthcare to our patients and members of the public, and also the culture we create for our staff. The Trust’s work on embedding equality, diversity and inclusion for patients and staff has continued to develop in line with national developments.

“Our Governors play a vital role in this area, talking to our communities and members of the public, gathering their views and experiences about the services we provide, and sharing ideas of how we can better meet the needs of those who use them. 

“Governors share this information with the Board of Directors who are responsible for the performance of the Trust. This helps to ensure that our plans and priorities reflect the needs of our members and of the communities we serve. 

“As part our commitment to equality, diversity and inclusion, we are keen to encourage members from across all communities to consider joining our Council of Governors to ensure that it is fully representative and inclusive.”

—Ajay Mehta (Non-executive Director)

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