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Membership and Governors

You are invited to our Annual General Meeting and Annual Members' Meeting on Tuesday, 10 September 2019.

This is an opportunity for you to find out more about our Trust, ask questions, and see what we're doing to create inclusive services, linked to one of our values - inclusive.

To book your place at the event, which takes place from 5-7.30pm at the Saffron Centre, please email

Governor elections provide you as a member of our NHS Foundation Trust with two opportunities:

1.To stand to be elected as a governor, and

2.To vote for who you would want to represent you.

We will be opening our elections in September 2019. Please get in touch if you're interested in standing. 

General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) 

The general data protection regulation (GDPR) comes into effect today, 25 May 2018.

We want to let you know that, as a member of Birmingham Community Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust, we take your privacy extremely seriously – so we’ve made some updates to our Privacy Policy. It tells you how we use your data, how we store it and how we keep it safe.

Click on the following link to see our Privacy Notices 

As a reminder, if you want to change how we keep in touch, please feel free to contact us any time by calling 0121 466 7023 or emailing 

More about Membership

As members, you will be given the opportunity to have your say, see your decisions make a difference, vote to elect Trust Governors and hold us accountable for the quality of services we deliver.

There are three membership levels within BCHC

Level 1: Simply receive information and keep up to date 

Level 2: Participate in surveys, attend meetings 

Level 3: Get involved, with an interest in becoming a Governor

What do our members get involved in?

We interact with our members in many ways, ensuring you have the opportunity to work with us and influence the organisation in a variety of ways. Some of the activities our members have undertaken include:

•Attending membership events focussing on the services we deliver and the ways in which the Trust look to develop moving forward.

•Attend our Patient Experience Forum, providing comment and challenge based on the Trust’s patient feedback.

•Comment on policies and strategies that we are writing.

•Critique information leaflets relating to a service or a treatment at the draft stage to ensure the information is patient friendly.

•Complete online surveys which influence the Trusts decision making.

•Participate in the Trust’s research and innovation work.

If you are interested in find out more about membership please call our membership phone line on 0121 466 7023 or email us on

We are committed to information privacy and you can read our membership privacy notice by clicking here.