The Northern Trust is one of five health and social care trusts in Northern Ireland which became operational on 1 April 2007.
We provide a comprehensive range of health and social care services to a population of almost 436,000 people across a geographical area of 1,733 square miles spanning four new council areas (Antrim and Newtownabbey District, Causeway Coast and Glens District, Mid and East Antrim District and Mid Ulster District), making it the largest geographical trust in Northern Ireland.
The Trust has a budget of over £600m and employs over 12,000 staff across a full range of medical, health and social care disciplines.
The Trust delivers services from over 150 facilities including two major general hospital sites, a mental health hospital, local community hospitals, health centres, social services and a significant network of community services as well as provision of care in the home. This includes care to people who live on Rathlin, the only inhabited island in Northern Ireland.
Why Northern Health and Social Care Trust is supporting Boardroom Apprentice
“This will be the fourth year for the Trust to support an apprentice and it has been a positive learning experience both for the Trust and for the apprentice. It has been good to have another perspective on how the Trust conducts its business.
The Trust is also interested in widening the pool of prospective Trust Board members to reflect the diversity in the Trust’s population and widen representation from all genders and other protected categories.”
Location of Board and Committee Meetings
Frequency and timing of board/committee meetings
Committee meetings are usually held on a quarterly basis.
Date of Board Meetings (September 2021 – August 2022)
Thursday 28 October (Meeting)
Thursday 25 November (Meeting)
Thursday 23 December (Workshop)
Dates for 2022 will be confirmed in a few months