Meet our Governors

There are currently 24 members of the Western Sussex Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust Council of Governors.

The majority are elected by our membership, with the remainder appointed by our partner organisations. Click on a governor’s name to find out more about them and how you can get in touch.

The results of the election for the council of Governors to Western Sussex Hospitals NHS Foundation trust can be below.

Or click here to read more about the work of the Council, check meeting dates and read agendas and minutes


Public Governors

Staff Governors

  • Medical and Dental:  Dr Anna Mathew
  • Nursing and Midwifery: Moira Whitlock
  • Scientific, Technical and Professional: Ryan De-Vall
  • Additional Clinical Services: Miranda Jose
  • Estates and Ancillary: Warwick George
  • Administrative and Clerical: Jacqui Campbell

Appointed Governors

  • Brighton & Sussex Medical School: Professor Somnath Mukhopadhyay 
  • Chichester District Council: Donna Johnson
  • Friends of WSHFT Hospital: Jane Ramage
  • University of Brighton School of Nursing and Midwifery: Professor Kathleen Galvin
  • West Sussex County Council: Vacancy
  • Worthing Borough Council: Val Turner
  • Arun District Council: Gill Yeates

 


Our constitution as a Foundation Trust requires that our 22 elected governors represent one of the 12 constituencies into which our public and staff membership is divided.

The six staff constituencies elect one governor each, while the 16 public governors are elected across our five local council areas, plus a patient constituency for people who live outside these areas but have been a patient at our hospitals at any time since January 2008.

The number of governors elected in each constituency represents the relative size of the population there.

Horsham has fewer governors to reflect the smaller proportion of the district’s population that uses Western Sussex Hospitals due to the availability of other hospitals closer to the town.

Governors are elected for a period of up to three years, in accordance with the WSHFT Constitution. 

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