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Welcome to Membership

 Ladies Day Leeds Rugby

From 1st February 2012 we became Leeds and York Partnership NHS Foundation Trust.  We now deliver mental health, learning disability and substance abuse services in York, Selby, Tadcaster, Easingwold and also other specialist mental health services across North Yorkshire.

As an NHS Foundation Trust we have freedom from central government which allows us to shape the future of our services locally to meet the needs of service users and the local community. You can have real input into shaping the future of your local NHS services by becoming a member.
Anyone over the age of 16 can become a member of our NHS Foundation Trust. Membership is completely FREE and it can take up as much or as little time as you have to give!

Who can be a Member?
Any member of the public aged 16 or over
Service Users
Carers

To sign up to become a member, click here.

As a member you can have your say about our services. You will also;
Receive Imagine, our quarterly members’ magazine
Elect representatives to the Council of Governors
Have your say about the provision of our services
Stand for election yourself
 
As a member, your constituency will be decided according to where you live and whether you are:
A member of staff (all members of staff are automatically members of the staff constituency, unless they choose to opt out).
A member of the public
A service user
A carer

How can I become a member?
Simply fill in our online application here.

If you would like any further information about membership, please contact us at:


Membership Office
Tel: 0113 305 5900
Email: FTmembership.lypft@nhs.net

 Become a member of Leeds Community Healthcare NHS Trust and have your say


Leeds Community Healthcare NHS Trust aims to be a leading organisation, recognised by patients for their quality of care.
Their purpose is to provide high quality community healthcare to the people of Leeds. They will achieve this by working in partnership with other organisations and groups, involving and developing their staff, and using resources wisely to continually improve services.
As a member of Leeds Community Health care you will be able to help develop services that achieve their vision of delivering the best possible care to every community in Leeds.

Sign Up here now!