There are around 13,500 public members of The Rotherham NHS Foundation Trust and these are local people from all walks of life who elect the Council of Governors and help to shape hospital services.
Why should I become a Member?
The NHS belongs to all of us, and being a member of The Rotherham NHS Foundation Trust gives you the opportunity to have a say in how it is run. We need your ideas, comments, enthusiasm and experience.
As a member one of the most important things you will do is elect new Governors.
As well as voting for Governors you can, if you so wish, stand for election to the Council of Governors yourself. By voting or standing for the Council of Governors you can have a direct influence over the direction of the Trust.
You will also receive regular email updates about Trust news, meetings and events and be given the opportunity to provide your feedback about service developments. You will also receive our annual Your Choice members’ magazine.
Membership is FREE and you can have as little or as much involvement with the Trust as you like. If you’d like to discuss membership, please contact us using the details on the right.
How do I become a Member?
You can apply online!
You can register online by clicking here
You will be taken to an electronic version of our printed application which you can write on electronically and will be emailed back to us to sign you up.
Alternatively if you would still prefer a printed membership application, they are stocked in various locations around the Hospital, such as the Health Information area on C Level, down at The Rotherham Community Health Centre and stocked in some of the bigger GP surgeries around Rotherham.
You can also contact us on the contact details above and request one to be sent out.
Are you already an existing Member of the Trust?
If any of your contact details change, please download our Change of Details Form which can be sent back on the freepost address below, or get in touch using the details on the right so we can continue to keep you up to date with Trust news and events.
Completed forms should be returned to:
FREEPOST RLXB – HECA – KEBX
Foundation Trust Office
We can come and speak to community groups, voluntary groups or any other local organisations about the Trust and membership. Please contact us for more information.