The way we organise ourselves to carry out our activities is set out in regulations passed by the National Assembly for Wales.
Our CHC is made up of 72 volunteer members, local people who volunteer their time to lead our work and undertake activity on your behalf.
The activities we carry out on your behalf are co-ordinated and overseen by 6 local committees, Conwy, Denbighshire, Flintshire, Gwynedd, Wrexham and Ynys Môn. These 6 local committees make up our Full Council.
We are led by an Executive Committee which is ultimately responsible for what we do and how we do it.
Day to day and operational management is the responsibility of our Chief Officer.
We are one of 7 CHCs in Wales. All CHCs are overseen by the Board of Community Health Councils in Wales.
The Board of Community Health Councils sets national standards for all CHC activities and monitors and manages our performance against these standards.
The standards set out what level of service you can expect from our CHC as we carry out our activities on your behalf