Patients, members of the public and other stakeholders are invited to NHS Ealing Clinical Commissioning Group Governing Board meetings in public.
See meeting dates, times, venues and papers:
You are very welcome to attend the meetings. If you do plan to attend, hard copies of the papers can be requested from Sharon Hodson by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or calling 020 3313 9245.
We ask that questions in relation to the meeting from the public or press are sent to us by the Wednesday preceding the scheduled meeting.
Mohini has been a practising GP in Ealing for 26 years and is the Senior Partner in a four-partner practice. She has been Chair of Ealing Clinical Commissioning Group since April 2011, and has been leading and facilitating ECCG through this transition phase. Mohini takes a key role in ensuring clinicians are effectively involved in service design and has worked with other clinical colleagues and the borough team to ensure and promote active engagement with ECCG member practices.×
Vijay has been a GP principal for 18 years in a practice in Acton. He is joint vice chair of the CCG. Vijay is also Acton Network Lead. His CCG portfolio includes clinical commissioner for Imperial NHS Trust, clinical lead for Children's Services, Cancer Commissioning and End of Life Care and clinical commissioner for children's safeguarding. His other roles outside the CCG include GP Trainer for Ealing VTS and clinical assessor for Referral Facilitation Service.×
Shanker qualified from University College London and has been a sessional GP since 2004. He has worked in many practices across Ealing and currently works as a part-time salaried GP in a practice in Northolt. He is a GP Appraiser and is the Ealing CCG lead for NHS 111, GP Out of Hours, Audiology and Out of Hospital services.×
Serena has been working as a GP in London for ten years, and has been a partner in a practice in Hanwell for the last three years. She has an MSc in Public Health - Health Services Management, and has a keen interest in population health and the wider determinants of health, particular the relationship between mental and physical health. She is currently studying for an Advanced Diploma in Mental Health and is the Clinical Lead for Mental Health and Substance Misuse.×
Angad qualified as a GP in 2014, and is GP Partner and Clinical Lead of a practice with a list size of just under 10,000 patients in North West London. He holds a Bachelors degree in Sports and Exercise Medicine, and is a Clinical Lead representing the North Southall Network.×
Secondary Care Doctor
Martin is a Consultant in Cardiothoracic Anaesthesia and Intensive Care Medicine at St Bartholomew’s Hospital, London. He was the Clinical Service Lead for Cardiac Anaesthesia at University College London NHS Foundation Trust and Co-Transformation Lead for the merger of Cardiac Anaesthesia Services with Barts Health. He qualified from St Thomas’ Hospital Medical School and has a BSc in Medical Informatics and Management from the City University, London. He was appointed a Consultant in 2003 and is currently leading a project to develop and test software tools for hospital patients to improve their care through engagement and feedback.
Martin has recently joined the CCG as the Secondary Care Doctor, and is a member of a number of CCG Committees to provide an independent view and the perspective from his hospital role. In addition to his CCG role, Martin is also a member of the Collaborative North West London CCGs’ Shadow Joint Committee.×
Alex qualified from Aberdeen University in 2001. He has worked as a locum and salaried GP in a variety of practices in Harrow and Ealing and has been a partner in a Central Ealing practice since 2011. Alex is also the Central Ealing Network Lead.
Alex’s CCG portfolio includes multiple planned care areas (Cardiology, Dermatology, Anticoagulation, Referral Facilitation Services, Respiratory, Musculoskeletal Medicine). He is involved in the North West London Stroke Prevention Programme and the Development of an Atrial Fibrillation Dashboard in collaboration with Imperial College Health Partners. He is also involved in the Sustainability & Transformation Plan (STP) work to improve and streamline outpatient speciality services across NWL.
Outside of the CCG, Alex is a clinical assessor for the Referral Facilitation Service as well as a provider of ear microsuction services.×
Fin has been a Practice Manager in Ealing for ten years. She is the Practice Manager Representative for Ealing CCG. Her responsibilities include Education and Training, Learning Disabilities and Patient and Public Engagement.×
Sally has been a Practice Nurse at Cuckoo Lane Surgery, Hanwell, for 8 years specialising in Cardiovascular and Respiratory care and coordinating research within the practice. She previously worked at Imperial College as a Research Sister organising Elderly Care Out Patient Studies in Hypertension, Dementia and Diabetes. Sally produces the monthly CCG newsletter and is involved in Practice Engagement, Respiratory and Children's Services for the CCG. She is Chair of the Ealing Practice Nurse Forum.×
Lay member leading on Audit
Philip has a background as a Chartered Accountant and a Management Consultant who then spent some 20 years in a series of very senior positions in the Financial Services Sector. Philip retired some 14 years ago and now holds a range of non-executive and trustee roles in the public and voluntary sector. Philip is a lay member and audit chair for Ealing CCG as well as for the other 4 CCGs in the Inner North West London collaborative of CCGs. His roles include Chair of a homeless drug and alcohol charity, Chair of a large primary school in Ealing and a NED of a Housing Association.×
Lay member leading on Quality
Carmel has a background of over 25 years as a senior marketer in international travel marketing. Following this, she spent nearly 15 years working in the local Voluntary Sector lastly as Deputy Chief Executive of Ealing CVS. She has experience of local community work as an active leader in Girlguiding in Greenford and as a school governor.
Carmel has been a strong patient advocate over many years including as chair of both Ealing LiNK and Healthwatch. Carmel is the CCG lay member lead for quality.×
Lay member for primary care
Annet qualified at Charing Cross Hospital Medical School in 1980. She has been a GP in Buckinghamshire for over 30 years. Former positions include Senior Partner in a High Wycombe practice, Chair of Bucks Primary Care Collaborative, Chief Clinical Officer for NHS Chiltern CCG and Chair of Thames Valley Urgent and Emergency Care Network. She brings this experience into her role as Lay Member with responsibility for Primary Care.×
Acting Managing DIrector×
Acting Managing DIrector×
Chief Nurse/ Director of Quality
Diane has worked in the NHS for over 25 years and is a Registered Nurse & Midwife. She initially joined Brent, Harrow and Hillingdon CCGs in March 2017 as the Director of Quality and Safety. More recently in July 2018, Diane is now the Chief Nurse and Director of Quality for all eight North West London (NWL) CCGs. Diane has significant leadership experience, having worked at senior management level for the past 12 years. Prior to her role in NWL, Diane has worked with NHS Greenwich CCG as the Director of Integrated Governance as well as Deputy Nurse Director with NHS Redbridge CCG before that.
Diane is a member of the London Clinical Senate and continues to practice as a Midwife.
Local Authority Representative, Ealing Council
Judith has a background in social work and has worked at a number of London Authorities
Since August 2015, Judith has been Executive Director for Children, Adults and Public Health for the London Borough of Ealing, where she has overall responsibility for Adult Social Services, Public Health and Children’s Services. She is both the statutory Director of Children’s Services and the statutory Director of Adult Social Services and is a member of the Corporate Board.×
Interim Director of Public Health, Ealing Council
Wendy is an experienced Director of Public Health with extensive experience as a director in the NHS and local government together with the Department of Health and the voluntary and community sectors. Her most recent role was as Director for Population Health Transformation in the Greater Manchester Health and Social Care Devolution Team.
With a long track record of delivery and a career-long commitment to improving health and well-being and tackling inequality, her specialisms include: policy and strategy development; mental health and well-being; children's health, community involvement and public service reform.
Wendy is now working as an independent Population Health Consultant specialising in interim public health leadership roles and population health consultancy.
Chief Finance Officer×