Governing Body members

 

Dr Kevin Hill, Chair

Kevin-Hill

Kevin Hill graduated from University of London in 1991 and completed his GP training in 1996. Having served for 16 years in the RAF, he moved to the NHS in 2006. He currently works as a part-time partner as well as undertaking GP locums across Lincolnshire...

 

Dr Ken Rigg, Clinical Vice Chair and GP

Ken-Rigg

 

Ken completed his medical degree in 1982 in Leicester, then went on to do vocational training in General Practice in Peterborough. He subsequently became a full time GP in South Lincolnshire in 1986 in the Deepings, where he has lived and worked since.

He has been involved in the CCG from its inception following on from Practice Based Commissioning and is Chair of the Welland locality. He is also involved in the National Long Term Conditions programme nationally. 

 

 

 

Andrew Middleton, Lay Member (Governance)

Andrew-Middleton

Andrew is no stranger to South Lincolnshire having been Principal of Stamford College for almost 18 years. He has 40 years experience in further and higher education including teaching at all levels up to degree level 1. In addition to his education consultancy Andrew has been a Non-Executive Director of seven public sector Boards in education and health, including the Nursing and Midwifery Council and the National College for School Leadership. Andrew has from April 2013 been Deputy Chair and Chair of Governance for the CCG. Prior to this he was a Non-Executive Director of both the old South- West Lincolnshire Primary Care Trust, and Lincolnshire PCT.

 

Caroline Hall, Acting Accountable Officer

Caroline-Hall

Caroline is a fellow of the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants and qualified whilst working in private accountancy practice prior to joining the NHS in 1994. Before joining NHS South Lincolnshire CCG she worked as Deputy Director of Finance for NHS Peterborough. Caroline has worked as a senior finance manager within the NHS covering all aspects of the finance function. She has held a wide variety of posts in a range of NHS organisations including Acute, Mental Health and Community providers as well as in commissioning organisations.

 

Lynne Moody, Executive Nurse, Quality Lead & Caldicott Guardian

Lynne-Moody

Lynne has worked in the NHS for over 25 years. Before joining the CCG Lynne worked as Deputy Director of Nursing, Quality and Engagement for NHS Lincolnshire. In previous roles Lynne has been responsible for the development of the Teaching PCT in Lincolnshire which had a mandate to lead and develop innovation in education, research and development and workforce solutions in

primary health care. During her career Lynne has successfully led a number of large scale service improvement initiatives which included recruitment of Nurses, GPs and Dentists and development of higher education and training for all levels of health care staff, all of which were designed to improve the quality of care delivered to patients.

 

 

 

Dr Ian Wheatley, GP

Ian-Wheatley

Ian qualified in 1990 and did much of his general practice training in and around Peterborough. He has been a full time partner at Hereward Group Practice in Bourne since 1996. Ian has a special interest in musculoskeletal medicine.

 

Dr Andrew Sykes, GP

Andrew-Sykes

Andrew is a GP based at the Littlebury Medical Centre in Holbeach

 

Dr Naseer Khan, GP

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I qualified in 2002. After working as a GP for more than 5 years in Cambridge, I relocated to Spalding to join the partnership at the Beechfield Medical Practice. I am passionate Generalist. I was regional lead of Cambridge city practices in addition to representing my own practice in Cambridge CCG. I am married with two children

 

Wendy Chew, Lay Member (Patient and Public Involvement)

Wendy-Chew

Wendy is Lay member, Patient and Public Involvement for the CCG and is responsible for bringing the ‘voice of the public’ to the Governing Body. She joined Lincolnshire LINk Cardiac ‘Task to Finish’ group four years ago to help shape and develop services from a patient perspective. In conjunction with colleagues Wendy established and developed a local Healthwatch Public Involvement Forum and previously served as a member of the Lincolnshire Healthwatch Transition Board. As a mature student she trained to be a nurse and worked across a range of services, elderly medicine, cancer service improvement and ahospital service improvement team.

 

Asrar Rashid, Clinical Lay Member Secondary Care Doctor

Asrai-Rashid

Asrar is an NHS Consultant Paediatrician and Paediatric Intensive Care Doctor working in Nottingham, my work involves taking care of very sick children in the hospital setting. He is trained in the UK, USA and Australia and has been caring for children for over 20 years in the NHS.

 
 

 

Sue Woolley, Lincoln County Council Representative (non voting)

Cllr Sue Woolley is the Executive Councillor for NHS Liaison & Community Engagement at Lincolnshire County Council. She is the Chairman of the Lincolnshire Health & Wellbeing Board and is a Member of the South CCG Governing Body. She is a Lead Member on the East Midlands Adult Social Care and Health Councillor Network and is a Company Member of Community Lincs. She is also the County Council’s official representative on the Lincolnshire Sports Partnership, is a Member of Her Majesty’s Prison Service Peterborough Independent Monitoring Board, and is a Trustee of Willoughby Gallery, Bourne Grammar School and Bourne Academy.

 

 

Liz Morgan, Governing Body Consultant in Public Health (non voting)

Preston Keeling, Healthwatch Representative (non voting)