Appointed to the trust as Chairman of the Board and Council of Governors April 2016.
Pradip is an accomplished senior executive with a wealth of experience in complex and regulated organisations. He started his career as a pharmacist in 1977 and has gone on to hold senior roles in marketing, property and planning, sales and operations, HR and strategy.
Before he joined Frimley Health, Pradip was a non-executive director at Hillingdon Hospital NHS Foundation Trust in London from 2011, serving as Deputy Chairman. He was also director of healthcare strategy at Walgreens Boots Alliance from 2012.
Between and 1999 and 2010 Pradip held various director roles with Boots on a regional, national and international level.
He is a fellow of the Chartered Institute of Management and a member of the Royal Pharmaceutical Society of Great Britain.
Sir Andrew has over 40 years of experience in NHS management and has held a range of senior NHS appointments.
He became unit administrator of Hereford Hospitals and a board member of Herefordshire Health Authority in 1984.
He was appointed General Manager of Frimley Park Hospital in 1989 and became Chief Executive in 1991.
He managed the establishment of the Ministry of Defence Hospital Unit in 1996 and successfully led Frimley Park's application to become a foundation trust in 2005. Most recently he led the acquisition of Heatherwood and Wexham Park Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust to create Frimley Health NHS Foundation Trust.
In 2017, a panel of judges comprising some of the most senior healthcare leaders in the UK ranked Sir Andrew top of a list of NHS chief executives. The results, published by the Health Service Journal, cited his commitment to mentoring fellow chief executives and others.
Sir Andrew is a member of the Institute of Health Service Management and an honorary fellow of the Royal College of Physicians. He was knighted in January 2015 for services to public health.
Chair of the Commercial Development and Investment Committee from 1 April 2011. Member of the Audit Committee
Mark has over 25 years of experience of working in large branded consumer companies in the UK, US, Australia and New Zealand. He has been involved in setting up businesses in emerging markets such as Russia, China, India and Africa, developing high profile brands within household and food categories. He has managed joint ventures and NGO and government partnerships. Working at board level, Mark chaired the SC Johnson East Africa board and currently sits as a non-executive director on the Standard Brands board.
Most recently Mark built GÜ into a multinational brand leader in chilled foods. He is also a trustee for UK charity Gumboots Foundation, which raises money for social uplift initiatives in Southern Africa. Over the past 15 years Mark has had significant merger and acquistion experience in the UK and many international markets across multiple private, private equity-backed and public manufacturing businesses in executive and non-executive director roles. This includes Dow products (the Mr Muscle brand) in the UK and Bayer Pest Control (Baygon and Autan brands) in Africa.
Appointed June 2015
Dawn spent over 20 years in financial advisory services predominantly with The Woolwich and then, following its takeover, with Barclays Bank.
She was Managing Director of Woolwich Independent Financial Advisory Services before becoming Director of Independent Financial Advice Operations for Barclays where she had responsibility for the bank's combined regulated advisory forces.
She left Barclays in 2005 to concentrate on non-executive work in, and supporting, the public sector and currently holds positions with the Chartered Institute of Public Finance and Accountancy, the Northern Ireland Office, Croydon Care Solutions and Trinity House.
Appointed April 2017
Ray is a director-level senior civil servant whose career anchors are IT, programme and project management and transformational change. Among other roles, he has been head of IT at the Department for Transport, CEO of the Northern Ireland Business Development Service, major projects director at the Cabinet Office, and Director for Business Tax and Corporate Services Change at HMRC. Ray is a past-president of BCS, the UK's Chartered Institute for IT.
He is currently the CEO of a government-owned private company, Benefits & Pensions Digital Technology Services Limited, which provides services to DWP.
Ray is due to retire from the Civil Service in 2017 to pursue a portfolio career.
Appointed October 2014
Chair of the Quality Assurance Committee
Member of the Audit Committee
Mike spent 30 years in the consumer healthcare industry holding managing director positions in the UK and overseas as well as global corporate roles. In 2002 he left industry to become chief executive of the Multiple Sclerosis Society, a position he held until 2006.
Since then he has held several non-executive director and trustee positions including co-chair of National Voices, the leading patient service user advocacy group, member of the management board of the European Medicines Agency and chair of Central London Community Healthcare NHS Trust.
In October 2012 he was appointed chairman of Heatherwood and Wexham Park Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust and played a key role in its successful acquisition by neighbouring Frimley Park Hospital NHS Foundation Trust to form Frimley Health NHS Foundation Trust.
Appointed April 2011
Chair of the Audit Committee
Non-executive director responsible for security and counter-fraud from 1 January 2013
Member of the Commercial Development and Investment Committee
Rob retired in 2009 after a 40 year career in financial services which culminated in a role as Director of Operations for Europe & Middle East for the Royal Bank of Scotland Group.
He was previously Director of Operations in the UK where he had responsibility for more than 5,000 employees, running a network of operations at the time of the Royal Bank of Scotland acquisition of Natwest Bank.
Rob was heavily involved in the subsequent integration of the two networks of operational banking centres, managing its major IT and transformation integration and was heavily involved in the post-acquisition HR and systems integration.
Having successfully undertaken several senior customer facing roles he was invited to join the board of the Customer Contact Association (CCA) in 2004 and continues to serve as a director.
He also chaired the CCA Industry Council from 2006-2008 and is currently Chair of the CCA Standards Council.
Dr Thoreya Swage has several years experience in the NHS both as a clinician in psychiatry and a senior manager in various NHS purchasing organisations covering the acute sector as well as primary care development.
Her latest NHS post was executive director of a health authority with a remit to develop primary care services including GP commissioning and GP fundholding.
Since 1997 Thoreya has run a successful management consultancy business during which time she has developed particular expertise in the field of service reviews and redesign, strategic development, clinical governance, commissioning and procurement with the NHS and independent sector, and education and training.
During 2006-2007 she was Deputy Medical Director at the Commercial Directorate at the Department of Health with the responsibility to set up the clinical governance processes for the National Independent Sector Treatment Programme.
She teaches at King's College, London and has researched and written a number of published articles.
Thoreya is a non-executive director at Barts Health NHS Trust and is an associate at the Oxford Health Experiences Institute.
Appointed April 2017
John has worked for BT since 1984, becoming director of managed services in 2008, generating £900m income. He spent two years as director of transformation reporting to the managing director of global networks, leading a unit transformation of 3,000 staff. Since 2013 he has been vice president for contract design, with 1,100 skilled engineers.
Since 2008 John has also had other roles including helping set up and being an executive director on the Thames Valley Local Enterprise Partnership, a member of the CBI South East, and a non-executive director for Hastings Academies Trust.
Appointed September 2017
Before joining Frimley Health, Duncan Burton was the director of nursing and patient experience and director of infection prevention and control at Kingston Hospital NHS Foundation Trust since February 2013. During his time at Kingston he led a number of areas of improvement including dementia care, nurse technology, and significantly reduced turnover and vacancies.
Before joining Kingston, Duncan was deputy chief nurse at University College London Hospitals (UCLH) and was responsible for a number of corporate and clinical services on behalf of the chief nurse. This included responsibility for nursing and midwifery across seven hospital sites.
Appointed July 2013
The Director of Operations is responsible for delivering quality services with excellent patient outcomes as well as ensuring that the trust meets all the local and national operational targets. Since the formation of Frimley Health NHS Foundation Trust in October 2014 there have been two directors of operations, one with responsibility for Frimley Park Hospital and one with responsibility for Wexham Park and Heatherwood hospitals.
Helen has significant NHS expertise gained during her 30 years' experience in a number of senior clinical and managerial roles.
She has a strong operational background, has held several senior nursing positions across specialties in both surgery and medicine and has been awarded an MBE for her outstanding contribution to nursing and quality.
Helen is passionate about ensuring patients receive the highest quality services and that their experience at Frimley Park Hospital is first class. Helen has also worked at the Department of Health as part of the Cabinet Office team assessing public organisations for the Charter Mark Award. Prior to taking up the position of Director of Operations, Helen was the Associate Director for Urgent Care Services focusing on delivering the Trust's hyper-acute strategy in cardiology and stroke.
She has been responsible for leading innovation and change and led the trust's successful transformation project reducing patients' length of stay at Frimley Park.
Appointed August 2017
Nigel was formerly director of finance and performance for three clinical commissioning groups (CCGs) in East Berkshire and has been working for the NHS since 2002, originally with Wokingham PCT and then NHS Berkshire West, where he held a variety of senior finance roles. From March 2012 he led the formation of Central Southern Commissioning Support Unit and became its chief finance officer. He joined the CCGs in East Berkshire in November 2013.
Nigel is involved in working with colleagues across the Frimley Health and Care STP area and leads the 'Connected Care' IT interoperability project in East Berkshire which is enabling the sharing of patient records between primary, secondary and social care.
Appointed October 2014
The Director of Operations is responsible for delivering quality services with excellent patient outcomes as well as ensuring that the trust meets all the local and national operational targets. Since the formation of Frimley Health NHS Foundation Trust in October 2014 there have been two directors of operations, one with responsibility for Frimley Park Hospital and one with responsibility for Wexham Park and Heatherwood Hospitals.
Lisa joined the NHS in 1994, after a period of time working in the private health sector, and has held a number of senior operational roles in the acute sector since that time, including Director of Operations at Royal Berkshire NHS Foundation Trust.
Lisa joined Heatherwood and Wexham Park Hospital NHS Foundation Trust in February 2013 as Chief Operating Officer from Royal Berkshire NHS Foundation Trust where she was the Director of Operations for Urgent Care. She was appointed to her current role when Frimley Health came into being on 1 October 2014.
Appointed December 2013
Tim graduated in medicine from St. George's, University of London, and went on to undertake specialist training in respiratory and intensive care medicine in London. He carried out a period of basic science research in molecular microbiology at Imperial College, culminating in the award of a PhD.
He has been a consultant chest physician at Frimley Park Hospital since 2004. During this time, he has developed a number of key services including a regional diagnostic service for lung cancer (EBUS), the medical acute dependency unit and a large obstructive sleep apnoea service. Most recently he has served as the clinical director for medicine and care of the elderly and as the centre director for the Frimley Park adult cystic fibrosis service.
He is the professional lead for the doctors and is responsible for the Trust's quality and clinical governance framework.
Starting her career in the civil service, Janet joined Frimley Park Hospital in 1987 working for West Surrey and North East Hants Health Authority as personnel manager.
Her portfolio includes human resources management, all non-clinical support services, estate and capital planning, media and communications.
She is project director for a number of large capital projects at Frimley Health and also chairs the trust's Fundraising Committee. Janet sits on a number of national committees and is a lay panel member for employment tribunals.