Our Governing Body

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.

John Turner, Chief Officer

John Turner

John joined the organisation in May 2016 bringing a wealth of experience in NHS management and leadership positions. He first joined the NHS as a management trainee in Derbyshire in 1987, and has held a number of Chief Executive positions within Scotland in the Borders, Western Isles, and most recently with NHS 24, Scotland’s equivalent of NHS 111. John has also worked as a Director in the Health Department at the Scottish Government.

Jo Wright, Chief Finance Officer

Jo Wright

Jo has worked in the NHS since 1997 in all areas of finance including financial planning, reporting and governance. Jo is a fellow of the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants. Over the last five years, Jo has worked with Practice Based Commissioning Clusters across Lincolnshire, providing financial support and information to enable locality-specific commissioning decisions.

She was the finance lead on three Lincolnshire “Shaping Health” programmes across the county. Jo has considerable experience of working with CCG budgets, finance and activity data, and continues to be involved in the development of the reporting tools to enable decision-making and performance monitoring in the CCG.

Dr Raghu Ramaiah, Secondary Care Doctor (This is a joint role with South West Lincolnshire CCG)

Dr Raghu Ramaiah

Raghu is the Secondary Care Consultant for the CCG and a Paediatrician and Paediactric consultant at the University Hospitals Leicester.

He is the current lead for UHL Paediactric Transport Service which has looked at the length of time children have been moved out of the East Midlands for Intensive Care treatment. He is also involved in the National Air Transport Group who recommended the need for Paediatric Air Transport Services which were accepted and are being implemented. He has an interest in Telemedicine and is currently working on providing affordable services via mobile devices which can be delivered with low speed mobile connections, this can be utilised to provide 24/7 care for patients with chronic conditions.