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HSJ100

Top 15 women

The top 15 women in the HSJ100 2010

  • Dame Barbara Hakin, National managing director of commissioning development, Department of Health
  • Dr Clare Gerada, Chair, Royal College of GPs
  • Dame Sally Davies, Interim chief medical officer, Department of Health
  • Una O’Brien, Permanent secretary, Department of Health   
  • Dame Jo Williams, Chair, Care Quality Commission
  • Karen Jennings, Head of health, Unison
  • Dame Carol Black, National director of health and work
  • Ruth Carnall, Chief executive, NHS London
  • Anne Milton, Parliamentary under secretary of state for public health
  • Cynthia Bower, Chief executive, Care Quality Commission
  • Sophia Christie, Chief executive, NHS Birmingham East and North
  • Helen Bevan, Director of service transformation, NHS Institute for Innovation and Improvement
  • Helen Bailey, Director of public services, Treasury
  • Christine Connolly, Chief information officer, Department of Health
  • Clare Chapman, Director of workforce, Department of Health

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  • Is this top paid women in 2010? The inclusion of Cynthia Bower suggests this list has nothing to do with popularity...

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