Explains the issues and processes NHS charities need to consider when becoming independent.
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This guidance is for trustees of NHS charities. In accordance with the review of the regulation and governance of NHS charities, trustees of NHS charities can establish a new charity independent of the Department of Health.
The guidance explains the process for trustees considering independence and the variations that are dependent upon the structure of the NHS charity, and the necessary engagement with the department and the charity commission.
See also NHS funds held on trust: guidance on the acceptance, management and transfer of charitable funds for NHS bodies.
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