Appointed Consultant in Anaesthesia and Intensive Care Medicine at the Royal Berkshire NHS Foundation Trust in 1998. Progressed through Clinical Director Emergency Serivces, Emergency Care Lead, Director of Medical Education and Development to be appointed Chief Medical Officer 2009-2012.
Held Medical Professional leadership positions in: the BMA: Deputy Chairman Negotiators CCSC 2004-6 (Consultant Contract implementation, MHPS, CEA review) and Chairman Central Consultants and Specialists Committee 2006-9.
Royal College of Anaesthetists: Council 1997-2001. BMA Council - to 2012.
Work with DoH, SoS, SPAds and various government and health policy agencies on several areas of policy and implementation: PbR, Quality (Darzi), Leadership (National Leadership Council), National ACCEA, Future Forum
Secondary Care Consultant Specialist on Aylesbury Vale Clinical Commissioning Group Governing Body
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As Danny Boyle has higlighted, the NHS is one of our great institutions, one to be out centre stage as we open the Olympics. So much great effort and focus is going into the preparation and smooth running of the Olympics and the health response. Let us ensure that there is a lasting legacy within organisations - through great operational performance; for our staff and the public at large through the positive impact of exercise, great personal performance and the benefits of team work. ...
Ignore the harbingers of doom; clinical leaders, by driving value and putting patients first, can not only address the challenges we face but lead healthcare towards a better future.
It is vital that clinicials are involved in setting new organisation structures and plans, writes Dr Jonathan Fielden, but they must be committed to the cause.
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