Nominate yourself online at www.cesvotes.com/oxfordhealth2022
Our governors bring the views, interests and concerns of their constituencies to the heart of the Trust’s decision making. With the range of services Oxford Health provides – in the community, in our hospitals, in people’s homes, at schools – almost everyone in our regions will have a stake in our future and developing our services.
Am I qualified to become a governor?
You don’t need any formal qualifications to become a governor for Oxford Health – just your interest and enthusiasm.
However, you must be a member of the Trust, for both to vote and to stand as a candidate. Sign up here.
What’s in it for me?
For many people contributing to causes they find important is rewarding in and of itself. Other rewarding things our governors cite include:
- Meeting like-minded people and working with them on common goals
- Gaining a good understanding of the local NHS services
- Opportunities for personal and professional development
- Learning new skills
See also our recent governor videos where Hannah-Louise Toomey and Maddy Radburn talk about what being a governor gave to them.
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Published: 30 March 2022