Governance

Cambridge University Health Partners (CUHP) was established in 2009 as a private company limited by guarantee with charitable objects.

CUHP’s constitutional documents have been drafted in compliance with charity law and guidance of the Charity Commission. CUHP complies with statutory duties under the Companies Act 2006.

The Board of Directors

The Board sets and drives the vision and strategy for CUHP.

It is independently chaired by Baroness Helen Hayman and includes the Chairs and Chief Executives of the three Foundation Trusts, as well as the Regius Professor of Physic, the Executive Director of CUHP and several Non-Executive Directors.

The role of the Board is to be accountable for ensuring that company risks, legal responsibilities and resources are managed effectively. The Board is supported by the Executive Group and the Management Office. It also establishes committees for specific activities.

Our Board meets four times per year.

The Executive Group

The Executive Group of CUHP reports to the CUHP Board. It provides oversight for the operational implementation of the CUHP strategy.

The Executive meets every six weeks.

The Management Office

The Management Office is responsible for managing and co-ordinating the work of CUHP, including the development of Committees.

CUHP Contacts Database

If you have previously interacted with CUHP, your organisational contact details may be held on our CUHP Contacts Database. This Access database (held by the CUHP Management Office) includes NHS, academia, industry and council contacts.

CUHP will only hold contact details for the purpose of sending you information on the activities of CUHP, the work of our partners and our soon to be launched newsletter. The database will also provide CUHP with a record of contacts made with organisations.

Your contact details will not be passed on to a third party without your consent.

Fundraising

Working with our partners, we are developing plans to fund new projects in neuroscience, cancer, public health, children’s health and...

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