West Norfolk CCG appoints new chief officer

John Webster has been appointed chief inspector of West Norfolk CCG. Picture: Submitted

John Webster has been appointed chief inspector of West Norfolk CCG. Picture: Submitted - Credit: Submitted

John Webster has been appointed the chief officer of the West Norfolk Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG).

Mr Webster, who is currently the deputy accountable officer for Luton CCG, will be taking on his new role from June 12.

Mr Webster has worked in a number of provider and commissioning organisations, including the Department of Health.

He said he is delighted with his new appointment, adding: 'The Norfolk and Waveney sustainability and transformation plan is developing clear plans to transform the health and care system and my key priority will be to ensure that the particular needs of West Norfolk patients are recognised and properly planned for.

'I will concentrate on delivering our ambitious programme of change and I look forward to working closely with colleagues in the CCG and our partners to achieve this.'


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