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Trust Board

Our Trust is co-led by Sue Noyes, Chair of the Trust Board, and Andy Hardy, Chief Executive Officer, who oversees the day-to-day running of the Trust.

On the Trust Board there are Executive Directors (called Chief Officers), and independent Non-Executive Directors including one nominated by the University of Warwick. We also have an Associate Non-Executive Director.

Non-Executive Directors are appointed by NHS England and NHS Improvement.

The Chief Officer and Non-Executive Directors of the board have a collective responsibility for decisions which ensure the successful operation of our organisation. They all have important roles in ensuring the probity of our activities and contributing to the achievement of our objectives, always keeping in mind the best interests of our patients and the wider public.

Our Trust board’s declarations of interests can be found within the Trust’s annual report.

Role of the Trust Board

The role of the board is to manage the Trust by:

  • Setting out our overall strategic direction within the context of the NHS priorities
  • Regularly monitoring our performance against objectives
  • Providing financial stewardship through value for money, financial control and financial planning
  • Ensuring we provide high quality, effective and patient focussed services through clinical governance
  • Ensuring high standards of corporate governance, personal conduct and compliance with statutory duties
  • Promoting effective dialogue with the local communities we serve.

For a register of interests for 2023/2024, click here.