Everyone welcome to our joint Annual General and Annual Members’ meeting.

Everyone welcome to our joint Annual General and Annual Members’ meeting.

This year we'll be sharing our successes over the past year and talking about the range of services we provide in the community and how we work in collaboration with others to provide care outside of the hospital setting.

The meeting will be chaired by Sir John Gieve, the Trust Chair.

You can register to attend the meeting by clicking here >>

Our Chief Executive, Tracey Fletcher will give an overview of the year including our annual report.

There will be a report from the Trust's Governors about their activities over the past year and the Governor elections.

Our Director of Finance, Phill Wells will talk through how the Trust has managed its money over the last year.

We will also hear from Susan Crocker and Ruth Kossoff, Joint Head of the community Child and Adolescent Mental Health Service about the services they provide and how they work.

We will put forward some changes to our constitution for approval by members

There will be an opportunity to ask the Trust Board questions. If you would like to ask a question in advance, send it to huh-tr.members@nhs.net 48 hours before the meeting.

We hope you will be able to join what we hope will be an interesting 90 minutes!

Learn more about our Trust Board, Council of Governors and becoming a member of the Trust.

Read our 2020-21 Annual Report.

See the agenda and proposed changes to the constitution.pdf


Being a member means that you

  • will receive regular newsletters from us
  • can vote in governor elections
  • stand as a governor for your constituency 
  • take part in member only events - see link below 

You will also have the opportunity for further involvement, including participating in focus groups or attending lectures.

Am I eligible to join?
If you ...

  • are over the age of 16
  • live in Hackney, the City of London or in the one of the outer constituency boroughs (Barking, Camden, Enfield, Epping Forest, Haringey, Havering, Islington, Lambeth, Newham, Redbridge, Southwark, Tower Hamlets, Waltham Forest or Westminster)
  • have an interest in our hospital

Fill in our  online application form or print off the form below and return to Foundation Office, Homerton University Hospital NHS Trust, FREEPOST NAT 7399, London, E9 6SR.  

Staff members
If you are a member of staff at Homerton regardless of where you live, and are employed by the Trust or with a fixed term contract of at least 12 months, you are automatically a member of our Foundation Trust.

What is involved?
Being a member means that we will keep you updated on news and developments through regular newsletters and meetings. There is no commitment to be more actively involved unless you wish to be so.

How do I become a Governor?
For those of you who may want to become more actively involved, we have a Council of Governors elected from and by the membership.

Homerton members can now register and benefit from the NHS Discount scheme

Good news  -  NHS Discounts is a website that provides discounts exclusively for NHS employees, their families and other Allied Health Professionals. The service is designed to provide benefits to employees of the NHS and their families, but also embraces those who work closely with the NHS and retired staff. This is now extended to our members.

There are no charges, fees or subscriptions. To register, you need to provide the required details on the registration page.

Visit the following website for more details on how to register and access the discounts www.healthservicediscounts.com or email huh-tr.members@nhs.net.

Healthwatch Hackney contacts

Healthwatch Hackney is the independent body which enables local people to influence local health and adult social care services.

They work to improve the quality of local care services and to hold the people who run them to account.

They help local people to get involved in the planning and monitoring of these services and also obtain the views of local people about these services and produce reports and recommendations.

The people who provide local care services are required by law to respond to their reports and recommendations and to requests for information. They also have a special legal power to enter care facilities in order to see for themselves what is going on.

They work actively and collaboratively with Homerton Hospital to monitor its services and to recommend improvements in the quality and safety of those services.

Membership is open to individuals who are resident in Hackney or benefit from local care services (as users or carers) and to voluntary organisations with an interest in promoting effective care services in the borough. Their staff provide support and training for members.

If you would like to join Healthwatch Hackney in working to improve local health and adult social care services, or if you would simply like to know more about them, please get in touch using the contact details below.

The Adiaha Antigha Centre
24-30 Dalston Lane,
London E8 3AZ
tel: English 020 7923 8358
tel: Türkçe 020 7923 8185
website: www.healthwatchhackney.co.uk