Wandsworth PCT appoints new Chief Executive
"her expertise and experience in the NHS have proven to be invaluable"
Ann Radmore has been appointed as Chief Executive of Wandsworth Teaching Primary Care Trust. Ann has been leading the PCT as Interim Chief Executive since June 2006. After a formal presentation and interview, a panel of local health chiefs, including a local GP, all agreed on Ann’s appointment. Ann was selected from a strong group of candidates.
Announcing her appointment, Melba Wilson, Chairman of the PCT said, “I am delighted that Ann is now the PCT’s Chief Executive. In the few months that Ann has been Interim Chief Executive her expertise and experience in the NHS have proven to be invaluable.”
Ann said “I am thrilled to have been appointed as Chief Executive of Wandsworth Teaching Primary Care Trust. I have really enjoyed the work I’ve done over the last five months and am excited to have been given the opportunity to continue working in such a strong and vibrant organisation. Wandsworth is going in the right direction and I’m looking forward to building on our strong work.”
Ann has spent the whole of her working life in the NHS, beginning her career as a national management trainee 23 years ago. Ann lives with her two children in south west London. Ann will take up her role with immediate effect. Ann was seconded from her post as Director of Planning & Strategy at South West London Strategic Health Authority. Before joining the Strategic Health Authority, Ann was Deputy Chief Executive of South West London Community NHS Trust, one of the PCT’s predecessor organisations. In 2002 she led the project to establish the Support Services Partnership across the south west London sector where she was Chief Executive.
November 24, 2006>