HM Lord-Lieutenant of Hertfordshire appointed Patron

The Lord-Lieutenant of Hertfordshire Robert Voss CBE CStJ Hon.LLD, the King’s personal representative in the county, has been appointed patron of West Herts Hospitals Charity.

As patron, the Lord-Lieutenant will reinforce our charity’s position as a key partner in the local community and support the growth of the charity. Our hospital charity aims to make a major impact in the new capital development project, sourcing innovative equipment that goes above and beyond what the NHS can afford alone and supporting initiatives to improve the patient experience and staff wellbeing. This will include developing green spaces such as the new wellbeing garden at Watford General as well as enabling the expansion of art throughout the trust.

Robert said: “I am delighted to be appointed a patron of West Herts Hospitals Charity. I am committed to supporting initiatives that improve healthcare outcomes and enhance the well-being of individuals within our community. I hope that I can be of some help to promote and expand the important work at West Herts Hospitals Charity.”

Alison Rosen, CEO at West Herts Hospitals Charity, said: “We are immensely grateful to Robert for coming onboard as our first ever patron and for his support for West Herts Hospitals and our local community. By working together, we’re confident we can do even more to help West Herts NHS go further.”

Robert Voss CBE CStJ Hon.LLD, was appointed by Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II to take the position of Lord-Lieutenant of Hertfordshire in 2017 – a position he will hold until 2028.

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