Nominate to become a councillor

14 Nov 2017, 6:41 p.m.

Nominate to become a councillor

The 14 November 2017 marks the start of the nomination period for the Great Ormond Street Hospital (GOSH) for Children Foundation Trust Members’ Council elections.The Trust is looking for 22 councillors to join the Members’ Council early next year. Would you like the chance to represent the views and interests of patients, parents and carers, staff or the public? This is your chance to make your voice heard. (Please note there are a number of eligibility criteria you will need to fulfil to become a Members' Councillor.)

Watch the video below to hear from some of our current councillors.

How do I nominate to stand?

Nominating yourself is easy.

Simply go online to nominate or request a paper nomination form from

The nominations period is now open and you have until 12 December 2017 to put yourself forward. A summary of candidates will be published on 13 December 2017, with members voting for their preferred candidate between 8-31 January 2018. Results will be declared on 1 February 2018.

Find out more about the role and check your eligibility - on the GOSH website.

Email or contact Liz Aston-Gregg on 020 7405 9200 (ext 5668) to find out more about running for election.

Nominate now

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