Our Governing Body membership includes patient, lay, GP, practice nurse and practice manager representatives from across the CCG, as well as representatives from Public Health and Local Authorities. GP, practice manager and practice nurse representatives are elected to the Governing Body by their peers in the CCG.
Meetings are held in public six times a year.
Find out about our Governing Body meetings.
View Governing Body meeting papers.
We maintain a Register of Interests that details information about Governing Body member interests. The CCG Constitution sets out the rules governing declarations of interest and the management of conflicts of interest.
Dr Fiona ButlerChair
Fiona has been a GP principal in a large training practice on the Earls Court and Chelsea border for the past 15 years. She is the clinical lead for social inclusion, mental health and homeless health. Through leading the Out of Hospital strategy, Fiona is responsible for developing more integrated services.
Dr Rachael GarnerVice Chair
Rachael is a GP principal in a GP training practice in Notting Hill and has a particular interest in education and organisational development. She leads our Commissioning Learning Sets, an educational forum for practices to provide peer support and learning. She is also the clinical lead for dermatology and the CCG representative on the St Charles Development Committee.
Dr Naomi KatzVice Chair
Naomi has been a GP in Westminster since 2008. She works as a GP in a practice within Queens Park & Paddington. Naomi is interested in women's and children's health. She is also the Clinical lead for musculoskeletal and diagnostics.
Dr Richard HookerGP member
Richard has worked as a full time GP principal at Holland Park Surgery for over 25 years. He enjoys all aspects of family practice and has particular interests in skin surgery, hypertension and medical education. He is a GP trainer and a works as GP advisor and teacher with Imperial College. He is the clinical lead for IT and a member of the CCG's Quality, Patient Safety and Risk (QPSR) Committee.
Dr Philip MackneyGP member
Philip has been a local GP for 20 years. He has a particular interest in the management of substance misuse problems within the primary care setting. He is leading on cancer services and community nursing and allied professions.
Dr Puvana RajakulendranGP member
Puvana completed her medical training at Imperial College, London in 2003. In 2009, following vocational training in general practice, she joined Earls Court Medical Centre as a partner. She has a keen interest in organisational development and promoting greater patient participation, and is the clinical lead for patient and public engagement. She is currently in the second year of her Masters degree in healthcare commissioning.
Dr Imran SajidSalaried GP representative
Imran has trained and worked in a variety of medical specialities in Kensington & Chelsea for 15 years, giving him exceptional personal familiarity with the local healthcare landscape. He is currently a sessional and urgent care GP with clinical interests in musculoskeletal medicine, psychology and emergency care. Following on from a fellowship in healthcare leadership, he now has numerous roles as CCG Lead for Urgent Care, Musculoskeletal Services, Diagnostics, CWHEE Policy Development, as well as engagement with innovative digital health projects. His portfolio also includes medical education and training. His capacity involves service procurement, design, performance management and critical appraisal of evidence and research. He is passionate about ground-up clinical leadership as the foundation of effective healthcare delivery.
Dr Andrew SteedenGP member
Andrew has been a GP in Kensington for the last 15 years. Since joining the Board he has been involved in commissioning care from Chelsea and Westminster with particular focus on quality. He has also been supporting the development of whole systems integrated care and chairs the Finance and Performance committee for WLCCG.
Dr Oisin Brannick GP Clinical Lead for End of Life and Macmillan
Oisin has been a GP in Kensington and Chelsea for the past five years. He has a particular interest in Dermatology and health promotion. He is also a GP trainer. He is the clinical lead for end of life and Macmillan GP.
Karen RydingsPractice Manager
Karen has been a practice manager in Kensington and Chelsea for four years - most recently in a large training practice in South Kensington. Prior to that, she worked for both West London and Hammersmith and Fulham CCGs, gaining a good understanding and practical knowledge of the challenges faced by practices within the local area. She leads the Practice Managers Forum, and sits on the Patient Participation and Experience Board Sub-Committee. As a new board member, she is looking forward to developing her role further to represent both Practice Managers and Practice Nurses in West London.
Yvonne FraserPractice manager
Yvonne has been a practice manager and now managing partner in Kensington and Chelsea for 14 years, and has a broad experience of the practical challenges which face practice managers and their practice teams. She leads the CCG's work on case management.
Sonia RichardsonPatient representative
Sonia has a long career in senior management in health and social care. She has worked for a number of organisations including the The Royal Borough of Kensington & Chelsea and the East London and City Health Authority as a health promotion manager and most recently as an advisor and trainer in dementia.
Victoria StarkLay member
Victoria was CEO of a large and successful charitable social care and housing provider for over 30 years, delivering services across London and the South East. She was awarded CBE for services to homeless people in London in 2002. She has lived in Kensington and Chelsea and Westminster since leaving university in 1974. She has a particular focus on governance, serving on the CCG’s Finance and Performance and Patient and Public Engagement Committees, and chairing the Joint Co-Commissioning Committee.
Simon TuckerLay member
Simon is a qualified barrister who practised public and charity law before working as a strategy consultant for MicKinsey and Company. He was previously the chief executive of the Young Foundation, a charity focused on innovation to address social needs. He was lead adviser for the NHS Regional Innovation Funds and continues to advise and coach NHS staff leading innovation projects as well as social entrepreneurs. He has co-founded several successful social ventures.
Philip YoungLay Member
Philip has a background as a chartered accountant and management consultant with 20 years senior experience within the financial services sector. Philip retired 14 years ago and now holds a range of Non-executive and trustee roles in the public and voluntary sector including Chair of a drug and alcohol Charity and a large primary school. Philip has been a non-executive within the NHS for the past 11 years and is currently chair of the Audit Committee for Central London, Hammersmith & Fulham, Hounslow and West London CCGs and was previously Chair of Ealing Primary Care Trust.
Clare ParkerChief officer
Clare Parker is a CIPFA qualified accountant who trained with the Audit Commission before moving into the NHS 14 years ago. Clare was Director of Finance of NHS Barnet for four years until April 2011, when she moved into the role of Associate Director of Finance at North Central London PCT Cluster. In September 2012 Clare moved to North West London PCT Cluster as Chief Finance Officer (Designate) for the CWHH CCGs and Director of Finance for the four predecessor PCTs. Clare was appointed Chief Officer of CWHHE CCGs in January 2015, and is currently the SRO of Shaping a Healthier Future. Clare has successfully led change in financially challenged environments and brings both acute and commissioning experience to the role.
Louise ProctorManaging director
Louise joined West London CCG from Queen Elizabeth Hospital King’s Lynn NHS Foundation Trust, where she was director of strategy and transformation and was previously director of integration. She has worked across the NHS in commissioning organisations, mental health and acute providers and has held a number of roles within Northants Community Services (Northants Primary Care Trust) including managing director.
Jonathan WebsterNurse member, director of nursing, quality & safety
Qualifying as a Registered General Nurse in 1990, Jonathan has worked in both secondary and primary care in the UK and Australia and has held two consultant nurse for older people posts. Starting his first commissioning role in 2009, Jonathan moved to the North West London Cluster of PCTs in 2011 as deputy director for quality and clinical assurance before acting into the North West London Cluster of PCT's director of nursing and quality role in 2012. He has been in his current post since 2012 which focusses upon quality improvement and clinical assurance and encompasses: clinical quality and patient safety, safeguarding (children and adults), emergency planning and Caldicott Guardian responsibilities.
Ben WestmancottDirector of compliance (adviser in attendance)
Since joining the NHS in 1998, Ben has worked in a variety of managerial roles including performance management, strategy and planning, corporate governance and programme management, initially in accute hospitals, before moving to commissioning in North West London in 2008. Ben is an associate of member of the Institute of Chartered Secretaries and Administrators and, as a qualified coach, is on the NHS's coaching register supporting the development of the NHS workforce in London.
Dr Eva HrobonovaPublic Health representative
Having obtained her academic qualifications from the Charles University of Prague and the University of Cambridge, Eva has been working in various public health settings within the NHS, academia and local government for the past 18 years. Her main interests are evidence-based practice, research and innovation, health intelligence, strategy and policy. She is Honorary Senior Lecturer at Imperial College London. Currently Deputy Director of Public Health for the three boroughs of Westminster, Kensington & Chelsea and Hammersmith and Fulham, she is among other things responsible for leading on Children and Young People, obesity, training and education and innovation.
Dr Jane HawdonSecondary Care Representative
Dr Jane Hawdon is Responsible Officer and consultant neonatologist at Royal Free London NHS Foundation Trust. She has previously held consultant and clinical leadership posts at University College London Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust and Barts Health NHS Trust. She is the neonatal clinical lead for the National Maternity and Perinatal Audit (HQIP programme).
Dr Hawdon has been member of the board of trustees of the charity Bliss, Independent Reconfiguration Panel and NICE guideline development groups, and has chaired the neonatal hypoglycaemia working group of the NHS Improvement Patient Safety programme. She is a qualified coach and facilitator.
Neil Ferrelly Chief Finance Officer
Neil has worked in NHS Finance for more than 35 years and has experience from both acute trusts and in NHS commissioning roles. Before coming to NW London CCGs, Neil was the director of finance at North West Surrey CCG. Before that, he was Primary Care Trust (PCT) Director of Finance at Harrow, West Sussex and Kingston and the Joint Chief Finance Officer of both NHS Richmond CCG and NHS Kingston CCG.
Neil has a vital role supporting clinical commissioners to ensure that the CCGs’ resources are used to provide the best health outcomes for people who live in North West London.