The Chief Executive of The London Clinic, Mr Paul Holdom, is this month announcing to the private healthcare industry, details of some key changes to the Executive Board of Directors, signalling an exciting new era for the UK’s largest independent and non-profit hospital.
This period of change and transition began in Autumn last year, when Mr Holdom took up his post as the newly appointed Chief Executive. Mr Holdom has over 20 years’ experience in healthcare management and, prior to joining The London Clinic, was regional director for BMI Healthcare where he was responsible for 15 hospitals and clinics across central England.
Mr Holdom says, “I’ve had an extremely busy and interesting introduction to The London Clinic and have been made to feel very welcome by staff at all levels and consultants. It is now timely to announce some changes and new additions to the team who will be joining me at the helm of this established and prestigious organisation.”
The changes to the Executive Board cover all areas of expertise and include the development of some key new posts and personnel changes to some of the pivotal roles. This will help to steer The London Clinic through the changing landscape of the UK’s current healthcare sector.
Harley Street News: 7 August 2012