Chairman of the Rotherham Doncaster and South Humber NHS Foundation Trust (RDaSH) Madeleine Keyworth is retiring.
She has decided to retire at the end of November after 12 years in the post.
Ms Keyworth said: “I am proud to have shared in many significant developments and we have worked hard to constantly improve the quality of the care we deliver. We have invested in redesigning, modernising and building fantastic facilities for the provision of high quality care to support people accessing our services.
“I also want to acknowledge the commitment of the staff, governors, volunteers, stakeholders and directors of the Trust, without them we could not provide the range of services to those who we care for.”
Christine Bain, Chief Executive of RDaSH, said: “Madeleine will be a great loss to this Trust. I want to thank her for her hard work, commitment and personal dedication over the past 12 years. She will be greatly missed by the Board, staff, Governors and volunteers alike. We wish her our very best wishes for the future”
Madeleine has decided to announce her retirement early to give the Trust adequate time to recruit her successor.