Strike action on Monday 6 and Tuesday 7 February
With the impact of the upcoming strike action on Monday 6th and Tuesday 7th February at Kettering General Hospital, we have stepped down some planned services and those patients affected will be contacted directly by our hospital. If you have not been contacted, please attend your appointment as planned. Our hospital remains open. As always, if you need urgent medical care or advice, please visit 111.nhs.uk to ensure you are using the right service for your symptoms. Corby Urgent Care Centre are open and provide treatment for minor injuries and minor illness for the local community. Thank you for your ongoing support ❤️
Governors Elections 2022
Governor elections for 2022 have now closed, our thanks to everyone who stood for election and to members who voted.
A key role of the Council of Governors
To hold the non-Executive directors, both individually and collectively, to account for the performance of the Board of Directors and to represent patients and staff. No experience or skills necessary, training and support provided along with reasonable expenses. Governors must be able to commit to attend quarterly Council of Governor meetings with the opportunity to observe other key committees.
How can a governor make a difference?
Governors represent the voices of local residents, patients, communities and staff. It’s an important, valued and rewarding role within our local NHS. We want wider community representation from all genders, faiths, interests, ethnicities, ages (16+) and more. We need a very diverse governing body. Will you stand? Training and support will be provided. Life experience is more important than qualifications! You will develop new skills which might help you in other ways. Governor roles are voluntary (expenses paid).
Governor Election Results 2022
Voting took place between Friday 23 September 2022 to Monday 17 October 2022. The following seats were elected.
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The following seats were filled uncontested:
The following candidates are elected unopposed: