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Board meeting – 18 July 2013
The next Board meeting will take place on Thursday 18th July 10:15am to 1:15pm – at NHS England Southside, 105 Victoria Street, London SW1E 6QT
If you would like to attend, please register your interest by lunchtime on Tuesday 16th July as places are limited.
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Please note that members of the public are welcome to attend meetings of the Board – which although being held in public are not public meetings. Questions submitted via this website will not be passed on for discussion at Board meetings, but will receive a response.
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A separate recording of each agenda item will then be published on YouTube in the following few days and captions will be available at this stage.
NHS England: Putting Patients First
View the video shown at the board meeting.
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The Health and Social Care Act 2012 (Schedule A1, Section 1H(4), part 2 (3)) states that there should be fewer execs than non execs on the board.
Can you clarify the number of execs and non execs?
The NHS England Board has four executives who are the voting members and seven non-executives.
The voting executives are:
• David Nicholson (CEO)
• Bruce Keogh (National Medical Director)
• Jane Cummings (Chief Nursing Office)
• Paul Baumann (Chief Financial Officer)
The non-executives are:
• Professor Sir Malcolm Grant
• Ed Smith
• Ciaran Devane
• Lord Victor Adebowale
• Margaret Casely-Hayford
• Dame Moira Gibb
• Naguib Kheraj
Is it possible to clarify who the formal executive and non-executive members of the board are?
The executive and non-executive members of the NHS England board are listed on this page – https://www.england.nhs.uk/about/board/members/
Sorry but I cannot see how the reluctance of the Board to take questions from the public enhances its reputation. It is my experience that questions from the public can bring out matters whihc may not otherwise not come out. Is it possible for this matter to be revisited.