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Lord Adebowale, Margaret Casely-Hayford, Dame Moira Gibb and Naguib Kheraj have today been confirmed as four new Non-Executive Directors of the NHS Commissioning Board.
Health Secretary Andrew Lansley said:
“I am delighted to announce these new appointments to the NHS Commissioning Board. All of them have a track record of success and will bring a diverse range of skills and experience to the Board. Their expertise will benefit the NHS and help ensure that patients get the high quality care that they deserve.”
Professor Malcolm Grant, Chair of the NHS Commissioning Board said:
“These are appointments of the highest quality, and they bring to the NHS a wealth of experience and expertise from a wide range of backgrounds. I am pleased that we now have a full group of non-executive directors, with complementary strengths and skills, to work alongside the executive team led by Sir David Nicholson.”
The new Non-Executives will take up their appointments to the NHS Commissioning Board Authority on 1 July 2012.
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