NHS Boards play an important role in the management and delivery of healthcare services. They are there to ensure that the organisation they are part of is well led, delivers safe, high quality care and maintains good governance practices.
Our Board of Directors strive to build patient, public and stakeholder confidence in the services we provide. They ensure that at the Royal Surrey we:
Altogether we have seven Non-Executive Directors and nine Executive Directors who are jointly responsible for the effective management of Royal Surrey NHS Foundation Trust.
The Non-Executive Directors ensure that the Board practice in the best interests of patients and the public. They use their knowledge, skills and experience to help the Board formulate Trust strategies and actively support and promote a healthy organisational culture. Read more about the Non-Executive Directors here.
The Executive Directors meet regularly to address matters concerning the Trust, including matters on strategy and operational management, as well as any issues regarding staff or patients. Read more about our Executive Directors here.
Both the Non-Executive Directors and the Executive Directors regularly speak with patients and staff, listening to their views, ideas and concerns.