Voting in the Council of Governors Election

08 August 2017 - Voting is now open for the King’s 2017 election to the Council of Governors

Ballot Box

Nominations have been received across the following constituencies:

  • Patient
  • Public (Lambeth/Southwark)
  • and Staff (Nursing and Midwifery, Allied Health Care Professionals, Administrative and Clerical, and Medical and Dental).

You can vote in this election if you are over 16 years of age, and you have joined the Trust on or before 12 July 2017 as a member in a constituency for which nominations have been received. A constituency breakdown of the election, including the number of seats available and the list of candidates hoping to represent you can be found on our website.

King’s governors play a vital role in the Trust, lending their experience and local expertise in order to provide the communities they represent with a voice in the shaping of the health service. Please see our Council of Governors webpage for more information on the important role of our governors.

Voting is available online or via post. You should already have received your voting instructions by email containing the candidates’ statements and your voting link. Voting online is easy, simply click on the link and follow the steps.

Please do read the candidates’ statements before you cast your vote. If you have received a postal voting pack then you may still vote online, just follow the instructions on your ballot paper. If you have any questions about the election or you have not received your voting instructions, please contact Michelle Barber at our independent election provider Electoral Reform Services on 020 8829 8485 or by email at

Voting Closes at 5pm on Monday 15 September 2017.

Please do not miss this opportunity; choose the candidates you would like to represent you.

Results will be announced at the Trust’s Annual Members’ Meeting on Thursday 28 September 2017.

For further information please contact:
Molly Downing
Communications Officer
Extension: +44 (0)20 3299 3257