Become a governor
Any member of the Gloucestershire Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust can nominate themselves for a governor vacancy in their constituency. We hold elections most years and, if you are appointed, you will hold office for 3 years.
To become a governor, you must already be a Foundation Trust member. Find out how to become a member.
If you have questions or queries about becoming a governor, contact us by emailing email@example.com or calling 0800 019 3303.
2020 governor elections
It’s been an unprecedented time in the NHS, and the support we’ve received has been remarkable. Now is the time to make a difference and show your support for Gloucestershire Hospitals.
Apply to become a governor, and help the Trust and our board of directors deliver best care for everyone. We have the current governor vacancies available:
- Cotswold District Council area (2 vacancies)
- Forest of Dean District Council area (1 vacancy)
- Gloucester City Council area (1 vacancy)
- Out of County area (1 vacancy)
- Stroud District Council area (1 vacancy)
- Allied healthcare p rofessionals (1 vacancy)
- Medical and dental (1 vacancy)
- Nursing and midwifery (1 vacancy)
- Other, non-clinical (1 vacancy)
2019 governor election results
Full details of the vote turnout can be found in the Electoral Reform Services voting report.
Alan Thomas: Cheltenham
Hilary Bowen: Forest of Dean
David Adams: Forest of Dean (elected following seat vacancy and receiving second highest number of vote, has since resigned)
Graham Coughlin: Gloucester City
Pat Eagle: Stroud
Geoff Cave: Tewkesbury
Kedge Martin: Tewkesbury
Find out more about our public governors.
Julia Preston: Nursing and midwifery
Find out more about our staff governors.