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New Non-Executive Directors join Trust Board

28 October 2011

Chelsea and Westminster Hospital NHS Foundation Trust has appointed three new Non-Executive Directors to the Trust Board.

Chelsea and Westminster Hospital NHS Foundation Trust has appointed three new Non-Executive Directors to the Trust Board.

Sir John Baker, Jeremy Loyd and Sir Geoffrey Mulcahy—who have been serving as Non-Executive Director designates since December 2010—joined the Trust Board as full Non-Executive Directors.

Trust Chairman Professor Sir Christopher Edwards said: “I am delighted that we have been able to attract three outstanding individuals as Non-Executive Directors.

“They bring a wealth of talent and experience to the Board which will be invaluable as we face the major challenges which lie ahead for the NHS.

“In particular they bring a customer orientated focus which will be vital if we are to deliver the personalised medicine that patients expect and modern science allows us to deliver.”

Two of the Trust’s longest-serving Non-Executive Directors, Charles Wilson (appointed in September 2000) and Andrew Havery (appointed in November 2003) are stepping down.

Sir Christopher added: “At the same time as we welcome the new Non-Executives, we say goodbye to Charlie Wilson and Andrew Havery.

“Both individuals played a major role in enabling the hospital to become a Foundation Trust and have been key to our growing success. We will miss them and we wish them well.”

Photo (l–r): Jeremy Loyd, Sir Geoffrey Mulcahy and Sir John Baker