The Canterbury District Health Board (Canterbury DHB) has established the Hospital Advisory Committee (HAC). The role of this Committee is to monitor the financial and operational performance of the hospitals (and related services) of the Canterbury DHB; to assess strategic issues relating to the provision of hospital services by or through the Canterbury DHB and to give the Board advice and recommendations on that monitoring and that assessment.
The Committee will also analyse reports made to it, and make recommendations based on this advice to the Board.
The Board appoints members to the Committee. The Committee comprises both board members and members of the public. They have a statutory governance role in monitoring the financial and operational performance of the hospitals the Canterbury DHB owns, as well as assessing strategic issues relating to the provision of hospital services and giving the Board advice and recommendations on that monitoring and assessment.
HAC Terms of Reference (Approved by Board 20 April 2017)
Members of the public are welcome to attend any meeting, subject only to the right of Board or Committees to exclude the public from certain items of business, such as those that deal with matters of privacy or commercial sensitivity. Copies of the agenda and associated reports are made available at public meetings.
The agenda and associated reports of any public meeting are available for inspection (two working days prior to the meeting) at the Canterbury DHB's Corporate Office, Level 1, 32 Oxford Terrace, Christchurch.
If you wish to view minutes from earlier years, please contact Anna Craw, Board Secretary - email@example.com
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