Dr Richard Jenkins, Interim Chief Executive
Jenkins joined The Rotherham NHS Foundation Trust in February 2020 as interim
Chief Executive on a part time basis. Richard is also currently the Chief
Executive of Barnsley Hospital NHS Foundation Trust and is one of the few
qualified and clinically active Chief Executives in the UK. He has previously been
the Medical Director for two NHS Trusts.
graduated from the University of Sheffield in 1991 with an intercalated degree
in virology as well as his medical degree. He was a trainee doctor in South
Yorkshire until becoming a consultant in 2002, specialising in diabetes and
Michael Wright, Interim Deputy Chief Executive
joined The Rotherham NHS Foundation Trust in February 2020 as interim Deputy
worked across both the NHS and Department for Work and Pensions. Previous NHS
roles include being a director at Liverpool University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust and the Director of Finance at
Barnsley Hospital NHS Foundation Trust.
Dr Callum Gardner, Medical Director
Callum Gardner joined the Trust in September 2018 as Interim Medical Director before being appointed to the substantive Medical Director role.
He is a consultant acute
and general physician at North West Anglia NHS Foundation Trust (NWAFT) with a
sub-specialty interest in respiratory medicine. He also held the position of
Divisional Director for the Emergency & Medicine division at NWAFT, leading
the division from requires improvement to good in the 2018 CQC inspection. He
has previously held a number of key roles including Deputy Medical Director and
Associate Medical Director, and was a Doctor in the Royal Navy for almost 18
Angela Wood, Chief Nurse
Wood joined the Trust in October 2018 as Interim Chief Nurse before being
appointed to the substantive Chief Nurse position.
Angela, who has been nursing for 31 years,
joined us from North Lincolnshire and Goole NHS Foundation Trust where she was
the Interim Deputy Chief Nurse, on secondment from her substantive role as
Deputy Director of Nursing at NHS England. She has held a number of senior
nursing roles throughout her career, both strategic and operational, including
significant experience in acute settings. She has a
track record of achievement in quality, patient safety and patient
experience agendas, and is passionate about patients receiving safe, good
George Briggs, Chief Operating Officer
lives in Lincolnshire and has three children, has worked in the NHS for 30
years working in a variety of organisations including Trusts and CCGs. He has
extensive experience as a general manager in a number of specialties including
cardiology, intensive care and medicine.
George has also
held a number of director positions in acute Trusts. Over recent years, George
has enjoyed working in a number of interim roles across the UK which gave him
the opportunity to support and learn from a number of NHS organisations.
Steven Ned, Joint Director of Workforce
Ned joined the Trust in April 2019 as Joint Director of Workforce with Barnsley
Hospital NHS Foundation Trust. He joined the Trust from Sheffield Children’s
NHS Foundation Trust where he was Director of HR and Deputy Chief Executive.
has more than 30 years NHS experience and over 10 years working in senior roles
within South Yorkshire.
Director of Finance
Substantive post vacant. Interim arrangements in place.
Martin Havenhand, Chairman
Martin is a
very experienced Chairman and Non-Executive Director. He has a wealth of
Executive and Non-Executive experience from both the public and private sectors
and is knowledgeable and experienced in regulated industries.
He also brings
to the Trust extensive experience and knowledge of the South Yorkshire and
Bassetlaw community which is invaluable as the Trust continues to develop and
enhance local health care services for the future.
of office until 31 January 2023.
Heather is a Chartered Accountant who trained with KPMG and has spent most of her career working across a wide spectrum of industries at director levels including FTSE and AIM listed companies.
Since 2006 she has helped a number of organisations to identify operational and financial issues and weaknesses and has delivered solutions to resolve those problems. Heather is committed to using her skills and experience to assist the Trust in meeting the challenges it faces in delivering a quality healthcare service.
She is a keen golfer, gardener and traveller which fits around her work commitments and time spent with her husband and grandchildren.
Term of office until 28 February 2023.
Mark joined The Rotherham NHS Foundation Trust as a Non-executive Director on 1 June 2012. He has lived in central Rotherham for over 30 years and has a deep commitment to the town, the Borough and South Yorkshire. He spent 13 years as a Councillor and was the Leader of Rotherham Metropolitan Borough Council in the early 2000s until he resigned to take up a new role.
Mark has a first degree in economics and geography and a Masters degree in public sector economics. After initially working in retail management, Mark worked professionally as an economist before moving in to local politics. He currently works at a senior level advising and troubleshooting for local government (a post that precludes political activity).
Mark has a son, a daughter and also two step daughters. In his spare time he walks, plays squash, cycles and also sits as a Director (Trustee) on the Board of a national charity.
Term of office until 31 May 2021.
Joe spent almost nine years as a Non-Executive Director at
Doncaster and Bassetlaw NHS Foundation Trust where, at various times, he was
Chair of the Audit and Clinical Governance Committees, Senior Independent
Director and Deputy Chair. He spent most of his career with British Coal
and the Coal Pension Funds and he is a qualified accountant.
In July 2016 the Council of Governors re-appointed Joe for a
further three year term of office from September 2016.
is the Chair of the Audit Committee and a member of the Finance and Performance
Term of office until 31 March 2021.
After careers in social work and legal practice, Lynn became a legal academic with lectureships at the Universities of Manchester, Liverpool and now Sheffield. She has taught administrative/public law, contract, environmental and European law but now specialises in healthcare law and ethics at undergraduate and postgraduate level. She has published extensively in this area including two books: The Child as Vulnerable Patient: Protection and Empowerment and A Good Death: Law and Ethics in Practice. In parallel with these activities, Lynn has been involved in the NHS for over 25 years, mostly as a Non-Executive Director of acute hospital boards.
She was Chair of Sheffield Children’s NHS Foundation Trust for nine years and more recently served as a Non-Executive Director at Leeds Teaching NHS Trust where she was Chair of the Quality Committee.
Lynn is married and has two sons and a daughter.
Term of office until 30 September 2021.
Michael was appointed
in April 2019 and is an experienced Non Executive Director, currently
on the Board at Humber Teaching NHS Foundation Trust, having previously served
in a similar capacity at Rotherham Doncaster and South Humber NHS Foundation
He has an Honours Degree in Law, a
Masters in Business Administration. In 2016, Michael received his third
degree - a Masters in Mental Health Law for which he was given a
Michael is a local man who lives in
Wickersley. He has extensive experience in the public and private sectors and
has been the President of Rotherham Chamber of Commerce. He is a volunteer
director / trustee of the Magna Science Adventure Centre and is an enterprise
adviser to a local Special School.
When not working, he enjoys travel and horse
riding - preferably at the same time.
Term of office until 31 March 2022.
Nicola was appointed in October 2019. She has over 30 years
commercial experience in the retail sector, having worked for Walgreens Boots
Alliance in a number of senior finance leadership roles and for DFS where she
was Group Chief Financial Officer. Nicola is passionate about coaching
and developing leaders and their teams to be at their best.
She has a first class honours degree in accounting and
finance and is a fellow of the Chartered Institute of Management
Nicola is a member of the Audit and Remuneration Committees.
Term of Office until 30 September 2022.
Rumit is currently
a full-time practicing General Practitioner in Hatfield, Doncaster. He
arrived in the UK to pursue his further education from Kenya in 1977 at the age
of 16. A graduate of the University of Sheffield, Rumit initially
followed a career path in Trauma and Orthopaedics. His commitment to the
NHS spans over 36 years and during this time he has been engaged in various
capacities including with the Local Medical Committee (LMC), Primary Care
Groups, Primary Care Trusts and he has now been elected to a be a Clinical
Director of East Doncaster Primary Care Network. He is also the Chair of
has been a GP Appraiser, on the National Clinical Assessment Service (NCAS)
assessing General Practices, a GP member on the Area Prescribing Committee, and
the Scheduled Drug Monitoring subcommittee of Doncaster CCG.
Shah is a very keen advocate for excellent quality of care delivered in a
timely fashion and in a safe environment with a clear emphasis on good
Term of office until 31 December 2021.
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