HPFT Chief Executive is listed in HSJ Top 15 NHS Trust Chief Executives for 2017
13 Feb 17 - 13 Feb 17
We are extremely proud that Tom Cahill, Chief Executive at HPFT has been recognised in the HSJ’s top 15 NHS trust chief executives for 2017.
As Chief Executive, Tom has successfully led major programmes of change across HPFT and in 2015 the Trust was rated ‘Good’ by the CQC. In 2016 Tom was appointed as the lead for the Hertfordshire and West Essex Sustainability and Transformation Plan (STP).
Being named in the HSJ’s top 15 NHS trust chief executives for 2017 recognises Tom’s commitment to, and achievements in, improving mental health and learning disability services, as well as his role as a system leader.
The HSJ top NHS trust chief executives 2017 was judged by some of the service’s leading figures, including CQC chief inspector of hospitals Sir Mike Richards, NHS England medical director Sir Bruce Keogh and NHS Improvement director of nursing Ruth May.
The chief executives were judged on three main criteria: the performance of their trust; their contribution to the wider health economy or the NHS; and their personal example.
The top 50 is split into two; the top 15, which are ranked, and the remaining 35. The full list can be seen here.
Click here for Tom’s bio.