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In full: The Sunday Times’ list of 500 most influential Britons in healthcare

In the healthcare section, the Sunday Times listed:

Lord Darzi, surgeon – ‘Director of the Institute of Global Health Innovation.’

Julie Bailey, founder, Cure the NHS – ‘Exposed the failings of Mid Staffs NHS Trust.’

Sir Robert Naylor, UCLH – ‘Made UCLH most influential hospital in England.’

Clare Gerada, the Hurley Group – ‘Chair of Royal College of GPs until last October.’

Neil Bacon, medical entrepreneur, academic – ‘Founder of and’.

Sir Bruce Keogh, medical director, NHS England – ‘Reviewed mortality rates and future of A&E.’

Ciarán Devane, Macmillan Cancer Support – ‘Leads or advises various charities.’

Robert Francis, chairman Mid Staffs NHS inquiry – ‘His recommendations resonate across the NHS.’

Sir John Gurdon, biologist – ‘This Nobel prize winner flunked science at school.’

Jeremy Hunt, health secretary – ‘Dedicated to profound transformation of the NHS.’

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Roy Lilley, commentator and blogger – ‘Policy analyst; voted top speaker on NHS topics.’

Dame Julie Mellor, ombudsman – ‘Changing how NHS serious complaints are handled.’

Baroness Greenfield, neuroscientist and writer – ‘Leading authority on Parkinson’s and Alzheimer’s.’

Sir Mike Richards, chief inspector of hospitals – ‘Responsible for assessing quality of care.’

Stephen Collier, BMI Healthcare – ‘Extending contribution of private sector to NHS.’

Sir Stephen Bubb, chief executive, ACEVO – ‘Leads the body that represents UK charity leaders.’

Professor David Haslam, chairman, Nice – ‘Former president of both the BMA and RCGP.’

Dr Chaand Nagpaul, chair of BMA GP committee – ‘Leads the only body to represent all NHS GPs.’

Norman Lamb, health minister – ‘Raising the profile of mental health.’

Timothy Kelsey, NHS England – ‘A leader in use of digital technologies in NHS. Founded Dr Foster, a controversial group that pioneered the publication of patient outcomes.’

Source: The Sunday Times



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