Clive Victor White
Governors have a number of important duties, some of which are:
- Actively seeking the public view on your NHS Trusts.
- Ensuring the NHS Trust hears and acts on public concerns.
- Looking ahead to ensure the NHS Trust is on the right track.
- Holding the Executive Board members to account for their actions.
Current hot topics include the latest CQC inspections i.e. Patient Care, the financial situation, its effects on patient care, and the new Sustainability and Transformation Plan (STP), I will be watching and questioning progress on these issues and many more.
The role of Governors is important. It allows the views of local people to be collected and heard by the Trust executive team. This means that meaningful, constructive, communicative relationships must be built and maintained with that executive. My background provides me with a unique set of skills that I believe will allow me to serve you productively through the huge challenges that the NHS faces ahead.
Of course, we Governors need to hear the local views. I am working hard to set up meaningful local public Meetings that will provide you with the info you want and allow you to meet me and other Governors to share your concerns.
Please do not hesitate to contact me if you have a general concern. Note, Governors cannot take up individual complaints. We can be contacted using the contact details on the main Council of Governor webpage