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Central Middlesex Hospital

NHS trust looking for new non-executive director

Are you passionate about the NHS and would like to use your experience to help shape healthcare across north west London?

We're looking for a new non-executive director (NED) to join our team.

We care for a population of more than one million people via four acute hospitals (Central Middlesex, Ealing, Northwick Park and St Mark’s) and community services.

We're home to some of the most innovative services in the UK including an award winning stroke unit, specialist bowel hospital and is a European leader in robotic surgery.

NEDs ensure our Trust Board act in the best interests of patients and the public, and have been described as "critical friends".

Candidates must be available at least two to three days a month and will sit on various committees including finance and performance, workforce and equality, audit, charity and finance and appointments and remuneration.

Peter Worthington, Chair London North West University Healthcare NHS Trust, said: “NEDs bring independent expertise to the table and ensure the Trust Board is acting in the best interests of the public and patients.

“Candidates should have held senior positions in public, private or voluntary sector organisations will be responsible for ensuring the Trust is fit for purpose and heading in the right direction.

“The Care Quality Commission rated the trust as requires improvement and we have ambitions to be outstanding so we are looking for someone who can positively contribute towards making that happen.”

For more information, take a look at the advert on NHS Improvement

Peter suggests anyone thinking of applying for the role should contact him for a chat first.


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