Members

What does being a member mean?

Being a member of our Trust gives you the opportunity to become involved and have a say in how our services are developed. Membership is free and you can be involved as much or as little as you would like. 

If you would like to become a member of Humber Teaching NHS Foundation Trust, please complete our online form.  

Please click herefor our Privacy Notice explaining how we use member data and your rights under the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). 

As a member you can: 

  • receive our Humber People members' magazine three times a year; to view the latest edition of Humber People go to the related downloads section on the right hand side of this page;
  • take part in events and attend the Council of Governors and Annual Members' Meetings;
  • voice your opinion and help to influence the development of services in your local area; 
  • have the opportunity to vote in elections for Governors in our local public constituencies; 
  • stand for election to become a Governor and represent members of our Trust; 
  • claim discounts in the local area and on www.nhsdiscounts.com; 
  • receive top tips and advice to keep you and your family healthy; 
  • become a volunteer for the Trust. 

Governor elections  

Public Governors are elected by our members to work as part of our Council of Governors with our Directors to influence strategy and patient services. 

If you would like to find out more about this important role please call Katie on 01482 389132 or e mail katie.colrein@nhs.net.

A message to our members during the coronavirus pandemic 

You will have read and heard much about the Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak recently and we are writing to you to assure you that we are working hard to keep our patients and staff safe. 

You may find that some service changes are taking place. In some cases, we are delivering them in a different way. For example, some of our patients will be contacted by telephone for a consultation rather than being seen face to face. We are sure you will appreciate that this is to keep our patients, their families and our staff as safe as possible. 

Public Board Meetings  

Our public Board meetings have been moved to a virtual platform which means that they are still being held over a Skype facility allowing key Trust business to continue, but this does mean that currently and throughout the Coronavirus (COVID-19) situation, we will not have the facility to invite members of the public to attend.  However, our Board papers are available on our website as usual during this phase and any questions you may have can be directed through to our membership office. 

Governors Meetings 

In order to protect our Governors and follow government advice, we have also stood down our Governor meetings, so they will not be attending Trust premises for any meetings or hosting engagement opportunities at this present time. 

We value the work of our Governors and the contributions of our members and we are keeping our contact with you, our Governors and all our stakeholders and partners under review to ensure we provide the necessary assurance during these very unusual times. 

There are many staff working very hard to ensure we continue to provide services to our patients and we can assure you that collectively we have a great team that are responding to this situation. 

Further Information 

Our website provides a range of information and advice which we hope you find useful www.humber.nhs.uk 

You can also find the latest Government advice hereor the signs and symptoms of Coronavirus (COVID-19) here. 

We would like to take this opportunity to thank you for being a member of our Trust. If you have any queries about membership or would like to raise a question, please email our membership office at HNF-TR.members@nhs.net   

Take care of yourselves and please follow the Government’s advice on how to stay safe. 

Contact details 

Membership Office 
Humber Teaching NHS Foundation Trust 
Willerby Hill 
Beverley Road 
Willerby 
HU10 6ED 

Tel: 01482 389132 

Email:  HNF-TR.members@nhs.net