Dr Adrian Hayter
Dr Adrian Hayter MBBS BSc Pharmacol AKC
I read a Pharmacology degree at Kings College London before starting Medicine at the Royal London Hospital in Whitechapel. I decided to pursue a career in General Practice and continue to work clinical sessions to this day. I visit a care home on one or two sessions a week. I am passionate about the role of GPs not only in the delivery of healthcare but also in leading Health systems by working to improve the health of populations whilst living within the allocated health resources.
I became a board member of the Windsor and Ascot Primary Care Group in 1999 and took on a lead role for Older People’s Services, developing local falls services and working with the local authority on an Older People’s Partnership Board. Other roles include Medical Director for East Berkshire Out of Hours, NHSCC regional representative, Frimley ICS clinical lead in the Integrated Care Decision work stream, the Frailty Advisory Board and the Connected Care Programme.
In October 2019 I was appointed National Clinical Director for Older people and Integrated Person Centered Care, NHS England & NHS Improvement. I am also an NED for Buckinghamshire Healthcare NHS Trust
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