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At the heart of general practice since 1960

43. Dr Sam Everington

The pioneering GP, who runs the feted Bromley-by-Bow Health Centre in east London, is a man with many hats. The current chair of NHS Tower Hamlets CCG, he is a member of both the BMA and GMC Councils and the former deputy chair of the BMA.

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The pioneering GP, who runs the feted Bromley-by-Bow Health Centre in east London, is a man with many hats. The current chair of NHS Tower Hamlets CCG, he is a member of both the BMA and GMC Councils and the former deputy chair of the BMA.

On top of this, he has advised both Labour and Conservative governments on general practice. He even hosted Andrew Lansley's first public speech as health secretary at his practice, but later made national headlines when Pulse revealed he had become the first CCG leader to call for the health bill to be withdrawn. The dramatic intervention, made in a health letter to the Prime Minister, was read out by opposition leader Ed Miliband amid angry exchanges in the House of Commons in February.

 

 

 

 

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