Former CEO of Dorset Clinical Commissioning Group joins palliative care charity as board trustee

A former chief executive of the Dorset Clinical Commissioning Group has joined Lewis-Manning Hospice Care as a board trustee.

Tim Goodson has extensive experience in the healthcare industry.

He is an experienced NHS Board Member, System Manager, Company Director and a qualified CCAB Accountant with experience providing support and advice to Boards.

Tim led a transformational review of clinical services attracting capital investment and was responsible for a £1.6 billion healthcare delivery budget.

A former Finance Director, he is currently Managing Director of the Dorset GP Alliance, having been CEO of the Dorset Clinical Commissioning Group for nine years and System Manager of the Dorset Integrated Care System for four years.

Clare Gallie, CEO of Lewis-Manning Hospice Care, said: “It is an incredible honor to have Tim join us and we are delighted that he has chosen our charity to come as a volunteer and serve on the board. administration.

“He has extensive in-depth knowledge and experience of the health sector in Dorset, working with commissioning bodies and local GPs.

“We believe his guidance and support will be invaluable in our delivery of exceptional palliative care in our community for years to come.”

Tim said: “I’m really looking forward to working with Lewis-Manning.

“It’s such a great charity and a very worthy cause, which touches us all in one way or another.

“The hospice provides invaluable support and comfort during difficult times in people’s lives.

“Hopefully I can bring my experience to the table and deepen the services she provides.”

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