Corporate Governance is the system by which an organisation is directed and controlled, at its most senior levels, in order to achieve its objectives and meet the necessary standards of accountability and probity.
Effective Corporate Governance, along with Clinical Governance, is essential for Liverpool Community Health NHS Trust to achieve its clinical, quality and financial objectives.
Fundamental to effective Corporate Governance is having the means to verify the effectiveness of this direction and control which is achieved through independent review and assurance.
LCH Committee Structure
Liverpool Community Health NHS Trust Terms of Reference
- Board Committee
- Remuneration Committee
- Audit Committee
- Quality Committee
- Planning and Performance Committee
- HR and OD Committee
- Health and Safety Committee
- Patient Experience Sub Committee
- Patient Safety Sub Committee
- Clinical Effectiveness Sub Committee
- Healthcare Governance Sub Committee
- Safeguarding Sub Committee
- Executive Team Structure
- LCH Board Organogram
Liverpool Community Health NHS Trust Register of Interests
Liverpool Community Health NHS Trust Board is committed to demonstrating that it operates in an open and transparent way. All members of the Board are required to adhere to the Nolan Principles of Public Life and to act with integrity in all aspects of their professional and personal life. A key element of this is to declare any interests that could potentially give rise to a conflict with their own interests and the interests of the Trust.
Please click here to download the Register of Interests for Liverpool Community Health NHS Trust.