|Dr Marc Rowland ||Chair |
Partner of the Jenner Practice and formerly co-chair of neighbourhood practice based commissioning group and vice chair of the Lewisham Federation.
Has been with the practice for 34 years.
|Dr Faruk Majid ||Clinical Director|
Partner of Hilly Fields Medical Centre and a former member of Lewisham PCT Professional Executive Committee. A Lewisham GP for 23 years.
|Andrew Bland||Accountable Officer |
Andrew is currently the accountable officer for five CCGs in south east London (Bexley, Bromley, Greenwich, Southwark and Lewisham). In December 2017 Andrew also became the south east London Sustainability and Transformation Partnership (STP) lead.
Andrew has worked in the NHS in London for the last 15 years, and the last nine years in south east London where he was a Primary Care Trust Board Executive before becoming the Accountable Officer for NHS Southwark CCG since its inception in 2013.
In addition to his CCG roles, Andrew is also the senior responsible officer for primary care transformation across London as part of the Healthy London Partnership.
Throughout his career Andrew has led major programmes of service redesign across primary and secondary care and has experience of commissioning in all aspects of care. Andrew is passionate about local communities, involving residents in shaping the local services they receive, and collaborative approaches to strategic change. He believes that bringing together clinical expertise of the doctors and nurses leading commissioning organisations and the knowledge and experiences of patients can bring about real sustainable change and make NHS services the best they can be.
|Dr David Abraham ||Senior Clinical Director|
Partner of Morden Hill and a GP in Lewisham for 25 years. Former member of Lewisham PCT Professional Executive Committee.
|Dr Angelika Razzaque||Clinical Director |
Dr Razzaque began her medical training in her native Germany and completed her post graduate training at the Mayday Hospital, Croydon.
She has been a GP in Lewisham for 13 years and is a partner at the New Cross Surgery since 2009. She has been on the Governing Body at Lewisham CCG since 2014 and is the lead for dermatology, gastroenterology and gynaecology in Lewisham.
|David Maloney||Director of Finance NHS Lewisham and Greenwich CCG|
David Maloney joined Greenwich CCG as Chief Finance Officer in February 2017. Prior to this, David was the Chief Finance Officer at NHS Haringey CCG, where he had been in post since 2012.
Since qualifying as an accountant in 1992, David has held a number of senior Financial roles in NHS organisations. David is responsible for all aspects of Greenwich CCG’s financial performance, together with the management of the Performance Management Office and the Business Intelligence team.
|Dr Jacky Mcleod ||Senior Clinical Director |
Dr Jacky Mcleod has been a Lewisham GP for 20 years. She is currently a salaried GP at the Vale Medical Centre where she has worked since 1996, and is also an experienced GP Appraiser and Tutor. Jacky has a keen interest in the quality and safety of patient care. She has worked to improve a number of important care pathways here in Lewisham and across London, including COPD, HIV, cervical screening and out-of-hours blood test results.She served as Medical Director for South-East London Doctors’ Co-operative (SELDOC) between 2010-2013, leading the clinical governance agenda to ensure quality safe unscheduled care for patients across Lewisham, Southwark and Lambeth.
|Ray Warburton OBE||Lay Member |
Consultant supporting health and social care organisations. Previously, roles in Older People & Vulnerable Adults Branch / NHS Equality Team, Department of Health, higher education and local government.
|Shelagh Kirkland||Lay Member|
Shelagh is a Chartered Accountant who has worked for over 10 years in the power and infrastructure lending team at Investec Bank. Previously she was the Company Secretary of a small company specialising in corporate and project finance. She has a broad range of banking and accounting experience and currently provides initial and ongoing client support to UK and overseas clients ranging from covenant monitoring, financing requests and ensuring information and compliance requirements are satisfied. Shelagh is also volunteer for the Royal Society for Blind Children on their Sports without Limits initiative to involve blind and partially sighted people in sport.
|Anne Hooper ||Lay Member|
|Martin Wilkinson ||Managing Director|
Martin has worked in Lewisham since 2007, when he was Director of Strategy & System Management at Lewisham PCT. When the PCT clustered across South East London in 2011, Martin was appointed as Managing Director at Lewisham Business Support Unit working with the local GPs on the shadow CCG, prior to his appointment as Chief Officer of the CCG in April 2013.
He started his career in Sunderland Health Authority in the early 1990’s before moving to an NHS post in Bexley in South East London in 1995.
Martin recently completed a Masters in Healthcare Commissioning at the University of Birmingham and has a BA (Hons) degree in Public Administration from Nottingham Trent University.
As well as his work with the GP membership, Governing Body and partners in Lewisham, Martin also plays a key role in the Our Healthier South East London programme, providing strategic leadership on Maternity and Children & Young People’s services and Communications and Engagement across the patch. Martin is passionate about improving services and care for local people.
Martin lives in Kent with his wife and three children.
|Aileen Buckton||Executive Director of Community Services|
Aileen Buckton has been Executive Director for Community Services since June 2005 and is responsible for adult social care and health, supported housing, crime reduction, cultural and leisure services, community and neighbourhood development, and adult learning. Aileen takes the corporate lead on the Council’s relationship with the local health economy and with the Borough’s 3rd sector.Aileen has worked in a number of local authorities across London and has over 25 years experience in local government management.
|Dr Magna Aidoo||Healthwatch Representative|
Magna recently joined as a Trustee member in December 2015. Magna has been working with the Commonwealth Secretariat as a Head of Health with strategic lead for pan-Commonwealth Health programme across the 54 Commonwealth Countries.
Prior to her international Magna recently joined as a Trustee member in December 2015. Magna has been working with the Commonwealth Secretariat as a Head of Health with strategic lead for pan-Commonwealth Health programme across the 54 Commonwealth Countries.
Prior to her international position, Magna worked as public health specialist in Lewisham, Greenwich and Lambeth PCTs. For several years Magna has been a visiting lecturer at Goldsmith's University on their Community and Youth work course.
|Dr Danny Ruta||Director of Public Health|
Danny is currently Director of Public Health for Lewisham, and Honorary Senior Lecturer at King’s College London. Danny is responsible for discharging Lewisham Council’s public health responsibilities, which include improving the health of Lewisham residents, protecting their health from infectious disease and other hazards, and providing public health advice to clinical commissioners of local NHS services. Danny’s research interests include health status measurement and quality of life assessment, clinical guideline development and implementation, and priority setting in health care. His work has been published in over 80 refereed journal articles and book chapters. His quality of life instrument, the Patient Generated Index (PGI) is widely used around the world.
|Dr Sebastian Kalwiji||Clinical Director|
Sebastian Kalwij joined the CCG as a clinical director in 2015. He combines this with being a GP partner in Amersham Vale Practice in New Cross. He is a Dutch native and studied medicine in Amsterdam and moved to London in 1994 to do a Master’s degree in Control of Infectious Diseases at the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine. He then went on to do his GP training in a practice near the Elephant and Castle and has worked in South East London ever since.
|Dr Esther Appleby||Clinical director|
After graduating I pursued a surgical career before changing to general practice and completing my VTS in Lewisham in 2003. I've worked in several different practices in Lewisham since then before joining St Johns Medical Centre in 2014.
Over the past few years I've had a number of different roles in the CCG both as a Peer Support GP, working to improve Diabetes Recall and more recently as a Macmillan GP. Although increasing early diagnosis of cancer and improving cancer services is a particular area of interest for me I feel very strongly about improving health for all and reducing inequalities experienced by some groups of our population.
|Dr Charles Gostling||Clinical Director|
Dr Gostling partner of Morden Hill and a GP in Lewisham for 23 years. Former Clinical Director to Health Innovation Network South London and former GP with Special Interest Diabetes Care Lewisham and Greenwich NHS Trust.’
|Dr Simon Parton||Chair of Lewisham Medical Council|
I trained at St Bartholomew's Hospital, London and spent a few years working in general medicine and infectious disease in Central London before starting work as a GP in Lewisham in 2002.I have an interest in infectious diseases and tropical medicine. I am Chairman of the Lewisham Local Medical Committee - an organisation that supports and assists General Practitioners. I am proud to be a member of Lewisham CCG and hope to be able to play my part in promoting and improving the health and well being of Lewisham residents.
|Alison Browne ||Registered Nurse Member|
Alison Browne Director of Nursing and Quality and Board Nurse at NHS Lewisham Clinical Commissioning group. She has worked in the NHS for over 40 years as a nurse and midwife, ward sister, manager and director in just about every setting- in acute care, mental health, community, charitable and as an officer in HM Forces and more recently in commissioning.
‘I bring many years of clinical experience along with governance and quality and commissioning in health services. I have the ability to be very creative and once had a picture hung in the Royal Academy.’
She is the proud mother of two sons, a passionate supporter of Chelsea Football club and a lover of contemporary music - which means she is seen regularly on both MOTD and at Glastonbury.
|Prof. Simon Mackenzie||Secondary Care Doctor|