Calling service users, carers and local people! Would you like to be a governor of SLaM?

South London and Maudsley (SLaM) NHS Foundation Trust has opened nominations for governors. Governors play a vital role in making sure that the views of the wider community are taken into account in providing and developing mental health services.
SLaM governors

What is South London and Maudsley?

SLaM provides NHS care and treatment for people with mental health problems. They also provide services for people who are addicted to drugs or alcohol. As well as serving the communities of south London, they provide specialist services for people from across the UK and beyond.

What does being a governor involve?

Elected governors play a vital role in making sure that the views of the wider community are taken into account in providing and developing their services. Find out more on their website: www.slam.nhs.uk/about-us/whowe-are/council-of-governors

They currently have the following governor vacancies available:

  • Public - five vacancies
  • Service User: resident in the boroughs of Croydon, Lambeth, Lewisham and Southwark - one vacancy
  • Service User (living elsewhere in England) - one vacancy
  • Staff – three vacancies

How to apply

To find out more information and to complete a nomination form online visit: www.cesvotes.com/slam2020.

You have to submit 250 words about why you should be a governor, as well as a photo. The deadline is 5pm on Tuesday 22 September 2020

If you would like a hard copy nomination form please contact the Returning Officer, Ciara Hutchinson as follows:

Telephone:  020 8889 9203
Email:          ftnominationenquiries@cesvotes.com
Text:            Text 2FT SL and your name and address to 88802
Post:            Civica Election Services, 33 Clarendon Road, London N8 0NW
 

To nominate yourself as a governor, you have to be a member of SLaM.

membership@slam.nhs.uk

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