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Staff Governors

If you would like to contact one of our governors you can do so via any of the following:

  • By post send to - Trust Offices, Liverpool Women’s NHS Foundation Trust, Crown Street, Liverpool L8 7SS
  • Telephone - 0151 702 4372
  • Email -
  • Vacant - Doctors
  • Kate Hindle - Administrative, Clerical, Managers, Ancillary and other support staff

    Information coming soon

  • Alison Franklin - Midwives

    Reasons for becoming a Governor

    I have a good relationship, communicate, and collaborate with the other members of the multi-disciplinary team. I am approachable and visible around the trust and believe that I would be a strong voice to represent our Midwifery Staff as a Governor. I would provide an open channel of communication ensuring that our Midwives are informed of decisions that would impact on their daily working life. I have always been hugely enthusiastic about Liverpool Women’s Hospitals and strive to positively promote it to the public at every opportunity.


    I have worked for the NHS for 39 years. I trained as an RGN, RSCN at Alder Hey between 1983-1987 and qualified as a Midwife at Liverpool Maternity Hospital in 1989. In 2005 I completed a Diploma of Health at Edge Hill University and then gained the NIPE qualification in 2016 at LJMU. I have worked at Liverpool Women’s since it opened back in 1995. I have worked across all areas of the Maternity services, with my last ten years as a Community Midwife. I always endeavour to give the highest standards care to our families. I have a passion for supporting student and newly qualified midwives, Maternity support workers and medical students to develop their skills and knowledge, always encouraging them to provide safe care and a great experience for our families

    Passionate about

    I am immensely proud of the service we provide and keen to continue to develop for the families of Liverpool in the future.

  • Rebecca Holland - Nurses

    Reasons for becoming a Governor

    Following several years as a ward sister at a separate Trust I welcomed the opportunity to Join Liverpool Women’s Hospital in 2016, and began my post as a Safeguarding specialist Nurse. This provided me with the opportunity to really develop knowledge of multi-agency working, the statutory requirements of NHS trusts in relation to Safeguarding children and Adults as well as the application of associated legislation.  In 2019 I returned to a senior Nurse position as Matron and continue to champion best practice care, team work and continuous improvement projects amongst our team.


    I qualified as a Registered Nurse in 2005 and enjoyed working in a variety of fields such as Acute Medicine, Surgery and Accident and Emergency.  I have been able lead Nurses through an ever changing NHS

    Passionate about

    I am passionate about ensuring future plans and strategy the organisation considers reflects the community we serve, is reflective of excellent ‘leading’ women’s healthcare and takes in to account the Nursing workforce voice. To contribute my knowledge of both the Nursing profession and Strategic positioning to support the security and growth of our services as we move in to the future.

  • Rebecca Lunt - Staff & Scientists, Technicians & Allied Health Professi

    Information to follow