Our board of directors
Our board of directors has overall responsibility for the running and management of our organisation and services, including strategy and performance.
Visit our board roles page for more about the roles and responsibilities of the Non-Executive Director and Senior Independent Director, as well as the terms of reference for the audit committee and the appointment and remuneration committee.
You can also view our board meeting minutes and papers.
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.
One of the guiding principles of being a foundation trust is that we are accountable to local people. To help with this, we invite people from the community to become members of Pennine Care. It’s free and open to anyone over the age of 16 years.
Being a member gives people the chance to influence how we develop health services locally, as well as decisions about our future direction.
We currently have 21,000 members, made up of local people, patients, carers and our staff.