Governors and members of Milton Keynes University Hospital play an important role in how the Trust is run and help shape the future of healthcare in MK and beyond.
MKUH has 9,045 members (made up of 5,358 members of the public and 3,687 staff), who help to tailor services to the changing needs of the community, work to improve patient experience and help develop the future of MKUH and the healthcare community.
Anyone can apply to become a member of MKUH.
It is completely up to individual members as to how involved they want to be, and we value any input citizens can offer.
If you would like to become a member, please complete the form.
If you require further information, please email [email protected] or call 01908 996235.
The Council of Governors (CoG) is made up of representatives from public and staff constituents, as well as various stakeholder and partner organisations.
MKUH is a Foundation Trust (FT), meaning it has a greater say in the care it provides and the way it spends its money. Being a FT means the Board of Directors is accountable directly to its members through the Council of Governors (CoG).