The Council of Governors, led by our Chair, is made up of elected members of the public, staff and representatives from partner organisations.
Governors are responsible for ensuring the views of our diverse local communities and members are considered in decisions about how we develop our services. They meet four times a year. Read more about Council of Governor meetings.
You can also contact our membership team on: email@example.com or 0161 716 3374.
We will soon by running our elections for governors in Bury, Heywood, Middleton and Rochdale, Oldham, Stockport, Tameside and Glossop. Please get in touch if you're interested in representing local people and working with our non-executive directors.
Nominations open on 6 April and run until the deadline on 26 April 2024.
By being a governor you'll find out more about the:
Work of Pennine Care and the development of our services
Mental health, learning disability and autism services in your local area and wider
Broader NHS in general
There are lots of opportunities to get involved.
Please don't hesitate to get in touch if you are interested and want to have a chat: firstname.lastname@example.org or 0161 716 3374.
Meet our current governors
Our governors represent the following areas; click the links to find out more about our current governors:
Why governors are important
Governors are an integral part all NHS foundation trusts, with certain statutory duties set out in the NHS Foundation Trust Code of Governance.
They don’t undertake operational management, but they hold the Non-Executive Directors individually and collectively to account for the performance of the board.
- Representing the interests and views of members
- Meeting with members, where possible, to provide an opportunity to share information about us, our direction and vision, and how we're performing
- Reviewing the performance of the Non-Executive Directors
- Appointing, and if appropriate, removing the Chairman and Non-Executive Directors
- Approving the appointment of the Chief Executive
- Deciding the remuneration and allowances, and other terms and conditions of office, of the Chair and Non-Executive Directors
- Ensuring we meet our responsibilities to the wider community
- Monitoring how well we are doing
- Appointing and, if appropriate, remove our external auditor
- Receiving our annual accounts and the annual report