Board of directors
The board meets once a month at alternate hospitals and is open to member of the public. It has a responsibility to make sure there is a clear strategic direction for the Trust and that it fulfils its statutory responsibilities in relation to finance, governance, clinical quality and partnership working. It is made up of executive and non-executive directors.
The Board of Directors
The Board of Directors has a responsibility to make sure there is a clear strategic direction for the Trust and to fulfil its statutory responsibilities in relation to finance, governance, clinical quality and partnership working. It has a role to validate the performance of the organisation via the Executive Management Board. The Board of Directors is supported by a Committee structure including an Audit and Remuneration Committee, which have agreed terms of reference.
The Executive Board
The Executive Board is responsible for the putting together strategic and business objectives that develop Trust services in response to local needs. Members of the Executive Team, together with the Divisional Directors form the Executive Board.
The Executive team includes the Chief Executive, Medical Director, Director of Service Development, Director of Nursing, Director of Finance, Director of IM&T, Director of Personnel and Development and Head of Organisational Development. The Clinical Management Structure, Clinical Modernisation Board and Standing Sub- Committees underpin the Executive Board.