Alder Hey is one of Europe’s biggest and busiest children’s hospitals, providing care for over 200,000 children each year. In addition to the hospital site, we are present at more than 40 community outreach sites and programmes and our consultants hold 800 clinic sessions each year from Cumbria to Shropshire, helping deliver care closer to home.
We are a top performing Trust, rated ‘Excellent’ by the independent healthcare Commission for the last seven consecutive years, which puts us in the top 1.8 per cent of Trusts nationally. To achieve this:
The Trust gives notice that it will hold elections to the Council of Governors of the Alder Hey Children’s NHS Foundation Trust. Elections are to be held for the following positions:
2 Public Governors in the following constituency:
2 Staff Governors in the following constituencies:
3 Parent & Carer Governors in the Parent & Carer Constituency
A nomination form to stand for election to these positions can be obtained from the Returning Officer at the address shown below. All nomination papers should be received by the Returning Officer, John Box, at the address as detailed below, by noon on Friday 21st June 2013.
Electoral Reform Services Limited
The Election Centre
33 Clarendon Road
London. N8 0NW
Tel 0208 889 9203
Faxed or emailed nominations will not be accepted. Should any nominee wish to withdraw their nomination, they must put this in writing to the returning officer by 5pm on Wednesday 26th June.
Ballot papers will be distributed to qualifying members on Thursday 11th July 2013. Completed ballot papers must be received by the Independent Scrutineer by noon on Wednesday 31st July 2013.
The regulations governing this election can be obtained from Electoral Reform Services Ltd (address as above). The Independent Scrutineer for these elections is Electoral Reform Services Ltd (address as above).
The Returning Officer for these elections is John Box of Electoral Reform Services Ltd (address as above).
You are now seeing the latest picture, taken within the last ten minutes, of building works on the new Alder Hey in the Park:
On Tuesday 26 March 2013, we were joined by Mayor Joe Anderson, Olympic gymnast Beth Tweddle and Liverpool Echo competition winner Emily Roberts to officially break the ground on the site of the new Alder Hey in the Park.