Notice of Election – MKUH Council of Governors
Have you ever considered nominating yourself to become a governor of our hospital?
Milton Keynes University Hospital’s Council of Governors is holding elections in February 2022 and nominations are now open to members to fill these vital roles for the Trust.
As a governor, you will be one of the voices representing our members during these challenging times for our Trust and the NHS. You will have the opportunity to help shape the future of our Trust as an exciting new expansion programme is developed, designed to look after our growing local population. In this role you can also seek and share the views of our members to help improve the experience our patients receive.
If this sounds like something you would like to do, the Trust encourages you to consider putting yourself forward for nominations by registering by an online nomination form, which you can access by clicking here. Alternatively, you can request a nomination pack by phone (0345 209 3770) or email [email protected] or you can write to UK Engage, Image House, 10 Acorn Business Park, Heaton Lane, Stockport SK4 1AS.
Please note that only members of the Trust can nominate themselves to become a governor.
The four seats up for election next month are:
- Public – Linford South, Bradwell, Campbell Park – one seat
- Public – Hanslope Park, Olney, Sherington, Newport Pagnell North, Newport Pagnell South, Linford North – one seat
- Public – Outer Catchment Area – one seat
- Public – Extended area – one seat
All nominations need to be registered by 5pm on Monday 31 January. Once all the nominations are confirmed, voting will take place. Please note that only members of our Trust can vote in elections. To find out more about being a member, please click here.
External organisation UK Engage will be managing this election on the Trust’s behalf as Returning Officer.
Visit hub.ukevote.uk/mkuh to access all the information you will need about this election. If you have any other questions about the nomination process, please contact UK Engage.