Medical Director - Dr Omar Rahim

BSc MBBS MRCS MRCGP DFFP DOccMed PGCert(MedEd)

Omar has a strong record as a clinician in Primary Care and extensive experience in the management and modernisation of GP surgeries including emergency caretaking of GP surgeries in crisis.  He has developed new build practice premises, negotiated leases, and added extensions to existing premises. Omar has 25 years’ experience in GP surgery procurement, establishing new GP surgeries and walk-in centres and developing new community services.  Interests also include advanced minor surgery and he has been a GP Trainer, Medical Student Tutor as well as Lead Group Facilitator and MBBS Examiner for UCL Medical School.

As Medical Director for NHSolutions Omar has a central role in the leadership of all clinical staff.  Fundamental to primary care development is strong clinical governance and he has implemented systems and processes to ensure that there is effective continual clinical governance in operation. Omar has successfully turned around failing practices, and worked with commissioners to redesign service models and reduce expenditure whilst improving quality and care to patients.  He is passionate about the NHS and the drive for learning, improvement and modernisation.

Director of Operations - Anne Antoszewski

Anne is a senior health services manager with significant general management experience in the primary care sector. She has held positions at the Health Authority and PCT, working with and supporting all primary care contractor professions.  At the Strategic Health Authority, she worked on national and local projects with the Independent Sector and secondary care, developing strategies for service redesign. With NHSolutions she has developed long term business strategy achieving growth in the primary care sector. An enthusiastic, highly motivated and facilitative leader, successful in engaging stakeholders in projects, communicating effectively with confidence at all levels.

 
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