Our Governors

Click to view our current Council of Governors

We are currently looking for new members to join our Governors, specifically to represent the Mole Valley area and to act as our ‘rest of England’ vacancies.

What does a Governor do?

Here are just some of their roles:

  • Appoint, remove and decide upon the terms of office of the Chair and non-executive directors of the Trust
  • Determine the remuneration of the Chair and non-executive directors
  • Approve the appointment of the Trust’s Chief Executive
  • Hold the non-executive directors to account for the performance of the board
  • Represent the interests of the members and the public
  • Jointly approve changes to the Trust’s constitution with the board
  • Express a view on the board’s plans for the Trust
  • To represent the views of the constituents to the board and to hold the board to account for delivering the strategy.

There are also a number of benefits to being a Governor:

  • An opportunity to influence the development of an important public service provider
  • The chance to meet fellow members and represent their interests and opinions
  • Gain an insight into the goals, challenges and achievements of a large NHS Trust
  • Develop new skills and improve your CV
  • Meet new people and learn more about hospital life.

If you wish to become a Governor or contact one of the Governors then please email rsc-tr.governor@nhs.net and state which governor you would like to contact.

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