London’s senior doctors representing five geographical areas across London, known as sustainability and transformation partnerships (STPs), are working together and in collaboration with Healthy London Partnership and other partners to improve health and wellbeing of Londoners.
North East London - Dr Muhammad Naqvi
Dr Naqvi qualified from Barts and the London in 2003. He has worked for 12 years in Newham and for seven years as a GP in Forest Gate.
Dr Naqvi has this year qualified as a GP Trainer. He has a keen interest in commissioning and primary care strategy. Along with board and cluster duties he is also an urgent care clinical lead.
Muhammad became Chair of the board in June 2018.
North Central London - Dr Josephine Sauvage
Dr Josephine Sauvage is a GP at the City Road medical practice and the Chair of Islington Clinical Commissioning Group. She has worked in Islington since 1990, first in local school as a doctor with the child health programme and since 1999 as a GP.
She is also a GP trainer/foundation year two trainer, along with being chair of the integrated care programme board, the organisational development lead and a member of the health and wellbeing board.
She is committed to working with the local population and local organisations, to improve services for the people of Islington. Josephine joined the board in 2017.
North West London - Dr Mohini Parmar
General Practitioner and Chair of NHS Ealing Clinical Commissioning Group.
Mohini has been a practising GP in the London Borough of Ealing for 26 years and is the senior partner in a four-partner practice.
Helping NHS Ealing Clinical Commissioning Group through the transition to the new NHS structure Mohini has been ensuring clinicians are effectively involved in service design
Chair of London’s CCG chairs - Sir Sam Everington
Professor Sir Anthony Herbert Everington Barrister MBBS MRCGP OBE known as Sam Everington, is a GP at The Bromley by Bow GP partnership in Tower Hamlets, east London, since 1989.
In 2018 he was appointed to the role of chair of the London Clinical Commissioning Council, London’s 32 clinical commissioning group chairs.
Dr Everington is part of the Bromley by Bow Centre GP partnership, an innovative community organisation with more than 100 projects under its roof supporting wider determinants of health. Considered a founder of the social prescribing movement. He says, “It focuses on what matters to patients. This increases satisfaction, delivers better health outcomes and reduces prescribing and referral costs.”
Dr Naz Jivani - South West London
Naz is a GP partner at The Groves Medical Centre. He graduated from Liverpool University in 1990. He initially practiced as a paediatrician prior to entering general practice in 1996. Developed skills and interests in musculoskeletal medicine and achieved a Masters in Sports Medicine in 2003.
In addition to working at The Groves he is currently part of the team in the Orthopaedic Department at Kingston Hospital. He also chairs the Clinical Commissioning Group for Kingston, which looks at improving services for the residents of Kingston Borough. He is currently developing musculoskeletal services for south west London as part of the Planned Care Group.
Dr Andrew Parson - South East London
MB ChB DRCOG MRCGP (Liverpool 1988) partner at Chislehurst Medical Practise.
His special expertise is in diabetes and he is responsible for the practice’s diabetes clinic. He is also Chair of Bromley Clinical Commissioning Group.
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