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Governor Elections 2021

Are you passionate about excellent healthcare provision in your local community?

Do you feel you can represent the views of the communities where you live? 

If your answers to the above questions are 'yes' and 'yes', then YOU are the sort of person we want to join our Council of Governors.

BCHC delivers more than 100 clinical services in homes, health centres, schools and clinics in YOUR community - so it's vital that the way we deliver our services reflects your needs and wishes.

We’re looking for people of a wide range of experiences and backgrounds to join our Council of Governors - help us bring all our communities into BCHC.

The first stage of our Governor elections is the candidate nomination period, which begins on Monday, 11 January and closes on Monday, 8 February 2021. So you have four weeks to nominate yourself or someone you know to stand.

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We are seeking to elect seven public governors, aged 16 or over, who live within Birmingham.  Please click here for more information. or call 0208 365 8909. 

Nominations must be submitted by 5pm on Monday 8 February. 

We will be holding virtually an awareness session about the role and the election process on 27 January 2021. If you would like to join this session or, alternatively, have an informal discussion about the role, please email us or call 0121 466 7023. You can also find out more about being a public governor from one of our existing governors, Frances Young - watch this short film

If you do not wish to stand in the elections, you can still play an important part in determining who represents your views and those of your community by voting for your governor. To do this, join for free as a public member.

Click here to sign up  before Thursday, 11 February 2021 to vote in this election.

It is important to us that the Council of Governors reflects the diversity of the communities we serve and Team BCHC itself; we want our Governors to be a representative body - people with a wide range of professional and personal experiences and backgrounds that reflect the full richness of the communities we serve.

Anyone who does not wish to stand as a Council candidate can still play an important part in ensuring our Governors reflect our communities by casting your vote in March. Please also help by encouraging people in our local communities to get involved by joining our free public membership.

Please share the link to sign up for BCHC's public membership before Thursday, 11 February 2021 to vote in this election.