Rachel has worked in Surrey since 2003, in a range of local government roles before being appointed to the Joint Executive Director for Public Service Reform role in May 2021.  In this role, Rachel is accountable to both Surrey Heartlands Integrated Care System and Surrey County Council for driving the continuous improvement of a public service model that supports the delivery of our integrated health and social care strategies.  Key areas within her portfolio include public health, population health management, reducing health inequalities, strategic business intelligence and analytics, estates and driving innovation through the Surrey Heartlands Academy.

September 16, 2021

Rachel Crossley

Rachel has worked in Surrey since 2003, in a range of local government roles before being appointed to the Joint Executive Director for Public Service Reform […]
September 11, 2021

Professor Simon Skene

Simon has 20 years’ experience teaching and research in medical statistics and clinical trials. He leads Surrey CTU and has a portfolio of grants supporting the […]
August 10, 2021

Professor David Blackbourn

David has 35 years’ experience in fundamental and translational biomedical research. His published works have been cited more than 5000 times and he has raised over […]
August 9, 2021

Jenny Ritchie

Jenny is responsible for the University of Surrey’s Enterprise Programmes, with a strong focus on growing the portfolio of SME programmes to encourage knowledge exchange and […]
August 9, 2021

Peter Carpenter

Peter is responsible for delivery oversight of the portfolio of programmes for KSS AHSN, including the quality improvement and patient safety collaborative portfolios, as well as […]
August 9, 2021

Guy Boersma

Guy has worked in health and care for more than 20 years, in both private and public sector organisations and at national, regional and local level. […]
August 9, 2021

Professor Helen Rostill