Amanda Pritchard

Amanda Pritchard Appointed NHS Chief Executive

Amanda Pritchard has been appointed as the new Chief Executive Officer of NHS England.

Pritchard will be the first woman in the health service’s history to hold the post, which she will take up on Sunday August 1.

Amanda Pritchard, incoming Chief Executive of NHS England, said: “I have always been incredibly proud to work in the health service but never more so than over the last 18 months as nurses, doctors, therapists, paramedics, pharmacists, porters, cleaners and other staff have responded so magnificently to the Covid pandemic.

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