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Welcome to our new Governors! KGH Election Results announced

Governors Election results

Kettering General Hospital NHS Foundation Trust has announced the results of elections to its expanded Council of Governors.

In September we announced elections to appoint new KGH Public and Staff Governors to help us shape our services and plan for the future.

The elections are for new seats on our Council of Governors created to reflect population growth and our new NHS Hospital Group model - launched in July.

Nominations opened on September 21 and all nominations were returned by October 7.

The poll opened on 22 October and closed on 16 November 2021 and the results were announced on 17 November 2021.

The results of the elections are

Governor Election Results November 17 2021

Public Constituency

Number of Vacancies

Candidate elected

Kettering

1

Dr Anup Pandey (unopposed)

Wellingborough

1

Vinodbhai Patel (unopposed)

East Northamptonshire

1

Simon Baylis

West Northamptonshire

1

Rashmi Shah

Rest of UK

1

Dr Paul Bremner (unopposed)

No nominations were received in the Corby Constituency, therefore three seats remain vacant in this constituency.

In addition to these Public Governor vacancies, elections were also held for five internal Staff Governor positions to represent the hospital’s 4,900 staff.

The successful candidates elected are:

  • Claire Jennings
  • Dr Vijay Kalathy
  • Claire Knibb
  • Dr Toral Sengar
  • Charlotte Smith

Governors work in partnership with the Board of Directors to help shape the Trust’s plans for the future and ensure we deliver high quality services to local people. They are also responsible for appointing the Trust’s Chair and Non-Executive Directors, and subsequently holding them to account for the Trust’s performance.

As a Foundation Trust Kettering General Hospital has a Trust Board made up of Executive and Non-Executive Directors accountable to the Council of Governors who represent the local area.

The role of a Governor is to help ensure that the Trust delivers services that meet the needs of patients, carers, staff and local stakeholders, and that the views of local people are heard and fed back to the Board of Directors. Governors act as a representative for their area and provide a direct link between the Trust and their local community.

 

 

 

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