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Foundation Trust Council of Governors Meeting 8 July 2009

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22nd MEETING OF THE COUNCIL OF GOVERNORS AGENDA

Wednesday 8 July 2009 from 1400 -1600
in the FlyBe Suite, St James Centre, Exeter City FC, Stadium Way, Exeter EX4 6PL

1 Apologies and Attendance/Quorum Check

Gerald Sturtridge, Vice Chairman

 

2 Declarations of Interest

Kath Maguire, Corporate Affairs Manager

 

3 Secretary’s Notes

Kath Maguire, Corporate Affairs Manager

 

4 Chairman’s Remarks

Gerald Sturtridge, Vice Chairman

 

5 Last Minutes and Matters Arising

Gerald Sturtridge, Vice Chairman

 

6 Annual Plan 2009/10 including  Quarterly Performance Update, Coversheet and Presentation

Elaine Hobson, Chief Operating Officer

Suzanne Tracey, Director of Finance & Business Development

 

7 Election Results

Gerald Sturtridge, Vice Chairman

 

8 Foundation Trust Governors Association: Elections to Executive Committee

Kath Maguire, Corporate Affairs Manager

 

9 Monitor Consultation – Guide for NHS FT Governors: meeting your statutory responsibilities and FInal response

Jeff Chinnock, Divisional Manager Corporate Affairs & Communications

10 Terms of Reference review: Non-Executive Director Remuneration Committee

Margaret Green, Deputy Chairman of Council of Governors

 

11 Question on Notice: Delays in hospital discharge due to Pharmacy

Brian Perriss, Governor, Exeter & South Devon

 

12 Date of Next Meeting

Wednesday, 7 October 2009 from 14.00-16.00

FlyBe Suite, St James Centre, Exeter City FC, Stadium Way, Exeter, EX4 6PL

 

13 Exclusion of the Press and Public

To exclude the members, press and public for the remainder of the meeting by virtue of the nature of the business to be discussed, namely to present the Annual Report and Accounts to the Governors.

 

Governors are reminded that any changes to their circumstances concerning their eligibility to vote as a member of a constituency, which have occurred since their last declaration, must be passed to the Secretary immediately.  Governors may not vote at Council meetings if they no longer meet the requirements of the Constitution.

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