New Non-Executive Director for Trust

Jul 21, 2021 | Gloucestershire, News

A new Non-Executive Director has been appointed to the Board of Gloucestershire Health and Care NHS Foundation Trust.

Clive Chadhani, from Worcester, has a 26-year background in global finance and is currently Finance Director of a manufacturing company based in Evesham.

His role with GHC will be his first within the NHS, however he has a keen interest in the NHS with a brother and many family members being nurses or working in some capacity for the NHS.

Clive said he would relish the opportunity to join the Trust, adding: “I believe the responsibility placed on Non-Executive Directors is of grave importance and will only be fulfilled by those

who care for the organisation and its values. I am very excited to be joining the NHS at such a crucial time and looking forward to meeting with colleagues and learning more about how I can contribute to the maintenance and enhancement of services, with a particular interest in the organisation’s financial management.”

Trust Chair, Ingrid Barker, said: “The beauty of our Non-Executive Board members is that they can bring a huge range of experiences to our Trust and provide key oversight and assurance on the strategic decisions we take. We are delighted to be welcoming Clive to our Board and look forward to his involvement in our work in the years to come.”

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