- Dr Peter Gregory, chair
- Dr Dheraj Bisarya, GP executive lead
- Dr Jack Kinsey, GP executive lead
- Greg Mitten, lay member (public and patient involvement)
- Doug Soper, lay member (governance)
- Steve Gross, lay member (primary care)
- Claire Heneghan, chief nurse
- Mr Adam Robinson, secondary care doctor
- Andrew Bennett, interim chief officer
- Paul Kingan, chief finance officer
- Jackie Moran, director of transformation & integration
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Dr Peter Gregory, chair
Peter qualified from Liverpool University in 2001. He has been a partner at Parkgate Surgery in Ormskirk since 2012. Peter has extensive experience in healthcare and clinical leadership and is passionate about responsible commissioning. He is a keen Everton fan and enjoys running, cinema and gardening as well as coaching his son’s football team.
Jack qualified from Manchester University in 2000, and has been a partner at Parbold Surgery for the last six years.He works in Ormskirk as a salaried GP as well as a GP trainer and primary care medical educator with Manchester Postgraduate Deanery.Jack has been involved with commissioning within West Lancashire since the first development of practice based commissioning. He is a keen cyclist, enjoys photography and is currently learning web design. He is also a proud father and husband.
Greg has a range of experiences and skills acquired over 25 years of senior roles working across the Voluntary, Community and Faith sector (VCFS), as well as within and in partnership with the public and private sectors. Greg is currently the Chief Officer for West Lancashire Council of Voluntary Services.
Doug is a qualified accountant who has spent his career working in the public sector, predominantly the NHS in which he has 15 years’ experience working at finance director level and over four years working as a PCT chief executive.
Steve Gross, lay member (primary care)
Steve has worked previously as the executive director of adult services, health and wellbeing for Lancashire County Council. Steve’s appointment within the CCG comes as a result of achieving level three co-c0mmissioning in April 2017.
Claire Heneghan, chief nurse
Claire has vast experience as a nurse including leadership roles. She has served on the Liverpool Primary Care Trust Board and held the position of Chief Nurse at NHS Trafford and Trafford Provider Services Bridgewater Community NHS Trust. Claire is passionate about enabling patients to manage their health and conditions through appropriate support as well as providing the nursing workforce with the skills to safely transform pathways of care.
Mr Adam Robinson, secondary care doctor
Adam is a consultant diabetologist and endocrinologist from Bolton. Adam has led a number of major service changes in long term condition management and urgent care.
Andrew Bennett is the Interim Chief Officer for West Lancashire CCG, and the Interim ICS Lead for Lancashire and South Cumbria, leading a large health and care transformation programme across the patch.
Andrew joined the NHS in Preston in 1989 and has a general management background. He was appointed as the Chief Officer of Lancashire North CCG in August 2012 having held senior roles in hospital management, commissioning and performance improvement. He was the Senior Responsible Officer for the ‘Better Care Together’ programme across Morecambe Bay between 2013 and 2018 during which the partner organisations took part in the national New Care Models “vanguard” initiative.
As a result of the partnership work undertaken to implement ‘Better Care Together’, Andrew became the Chief Officer of Morecambe Bay CCG in April 2017 and in September 2018 was appointed the Executive Lead for Commissioning for the Lancashire and South Cumbria Integrated Care System (ICS). He has led the development of the ICS’s plans for system reform, anticipating the introduction of legislation to place ICS on a statutory footing.
Jackie Moran, director of transformation & integration
Jackie has worked in the NHS for 30 years and is currently the Director of Integration and Transformation at NHS West Lancashire CCG. She has held a number of positions in the NHS within finance, estates and IT from as far afield as Carlisle to Manchester and up to Blackpool.
She is an accountant by background and has an MBA from Lancashire University. Jackie lives locally and all of her three children went to Up Holland High School before going on to local colleges. Jackie is passionate about improving health and health outcomes for the residents of West Lancashire.
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