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New governors join PCC board
20 November 2015
Peter Colclough and Phil Yates are the most recent additions to the PCC governing body. Peter Colclough had a 37-year career in the NHS, serving as CEO for organisations as diverse as PCTs and acute trusts and leading the development of integrated services in Torbay. He is now a consultant and an associate of the King’s Fund.
Phil Yates is chair of GP Care, a GP federation set up in 2006. He is also chair of the recently formed National Association of Provider Organisations (NAPO).
Helen Northall, chief executive of PCC, said: “I’m delighted to welcome Peter and Phil to the governing body, where we will get the benefit of their vast and varied experience.
“PCC’s roots are in primary care, but the challenge is now how primary care can work at scale and together with other stakeholders to address the workforce, financial and health challenges we face.
“We always try to ensure that the governing body reflects the interests of our growing customer base and brings fresh insights to the development of the business.”
PCC’s governors, chaired by Professor David Colin-Thomé, advise on the company’s strategy and hold the directors to account both for its financial performance and compliance with its social mission. PCC is a not-for-profit organisation.
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