Our nominated governors are appointed representatives of our stakeholder organisations including local authorities, Clinical Commissioning Groups (CCGs), King's College London University, and Guy's and St Thomas’ and South London and Maudsley NHS Foundation Trusts.We are in the process of appointing nominated governors from:
- Bromley CCG
- Guy's and St Thomas' NHS Foundation Trust
Cllr Robert Evans - Bromley Council
I have spent eight years as a Councillor in the London Borough of Bromley, including the last three years as Portfolio Holder for Care Services. In Council, I am also a member of the Health and Well Being Board, Adoption Panel, Standing Committee for Special Educational Needs, Children’s Board as well as Children and Adult Safeguarding Boards.
My career in education included deputy headships and a headship. I retired three years ago and am a governor of Ravenswood School and a board member of Ravenswood Learning Trust, a governor of Bromley Pupil Referral Unit, a Member of Court of the University of Kent and of St Olave’s & St Saviour’s schools and a member (non-voting) of Bromley CCG.How to contact Cllr Robert Evans
Phidelma Lisowska - Joint Staff Committee
I have worked in the NHS including hospital and community dentistry as well as private practice. My employment at KCH has involved working as a Senior Clinician, Specialist and Honorary Teaching Posts.
My contributions include building up a dental service for adults and children with complex medical, social and psychological needs at KCH and the community setting, as a seamless service. I have an interest in solving complex problems, including access to services for vulnerable adults and children and multi-disciplinary team working.
My role as BDA Representative for the Joint Staff Committee has provided great insight into the ethos of KCH as well as the process and complexity of hospital governance. I enjoy working at KCH because there are opportunities for innovation to solve complex clinical issues and improve the quality of patient care. My family lived in Lambeth for ten years and our daughter was born at KCH.How to contact Phidelma Lisowska
Anne Marie Rafferty CBE - King's College London
I am Professor of Nursing Policy and a former Dean of the Florence Nightingale Faculty of Nursing and Midwifery at King’s College London. I have a BSc in SocSci Nursing Studies from Edinburgh University, an MPhil in Surgery from Nottingham University and a DPhil in Modern History from Oxford University.
I won a Harkness Fellowship to study Health Policy at the University of Pennsylvania and was seconded to the Department of Health to work with Lord Ara Darzi on the Next Stage Review of the NHS. I was awarded a CBE in 2008 and appointed to the Prime Minister’s Commission on the Future of Nursing and Midwifery 2009-10. I received a Nursing Times Leadership Award in 2014 and was named one of Health Services Journal's Top 100 Clinical Leaders in 2015. I hold fellowships from the Royal College of Nursing, the American Academy of Nursing and am a member of the Parliamentary Review of the Welsh Health and Social Care Service.How to contact Anne Marie Rafferty CBE
Dr Sadru Kheraj - Lambeth Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG)
I have worked as a GP in Lambeth since 1989 and have been a partner at the Herne Hill Group Practice since 1996.
In addition to my role as a GP, I have extensive experience in medical management, having held medical director roles in various NHS organisations since 1995. This has included health authorities, primary care trusts and strategic health authorities. I was a clinical advisor to the National Clinical Assessment Service and have been an appointed panellist to the General Medical Council.
I have extensive experience in assessing and investigating concerns about clinical practice, primarily around doctors but also with multidisciplinary teams.
I have been an undergraduate tutor for the King's College London medical school since 1991 and have been actively involved in undergraduate education. I am currently a clinical supervisor for Foundation Year 2 doctors.How to contact Dr Sadru Kheraj
Cllr Jim Dickson - Lambeth Council
I am Cabinet Member for Health and Wellbeing at Lambeth Council and Chair of Lambeth’s Shadow Health and Wellbeing Board, having previously been the Council's Cabinet Member for Finance and also its Leader. I began my career in the homelessness field and worked as senior policy officer at the London Housing Unit, advising public and private sector organisations on housing finance and regeneration issues.
I was a visiting lecturer in Housing and Politics at the University of Westminster and Director of Team Lambeth, the borough’s joint venture company, achieving significantly improved public service contracts in Lambeth. I have represented Herne Hill Ward for 22 years.How to contact Cllr Jim Dickson
Dr Noel Baxter - Southwark Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG)
I am a GP and clinical commissioner for NHS Southwark CCG. My undergraduate training was at St George’s Hospital Medical School in Wandsworth, graduating in 1992. My early career was in Obstetrics, Gynaecology and Sexual Health, with training and research posts at Imperial (St Mary’s) and further training in South London and Kent. I changed career path and became a GP in 2001, training at a Lambeth practice with subsequent posts in Lewisham and a 12-year partnership in Surrey Docks, North Southwark.
I have been a champion for respiratory services in Lambeth and Southwark since 2007. I am co-lead of NHS England’s London Respiratory Strategic Clinical Network, the London Clinical Senate’s GP lead for the ‘Helping Smokers Quit’ project, and chair elect of the Primary Care Respiratory Society (PCRS-UK). Recently I was appointed to head the primary care workstream of the national COPD audit by the Royal College of Physicians and I currently sit on the NICE guideline development group for management of asthma.How to contact Dr Noel Baxter
Cllr Kieron Williams - Southwark Council
I am an elected member of Southwark Council and Chair of Camberwell Community Council. As a local resident and Councillor I am passionate about enhancing the contribution King's makes to the surrounding community as well as the quality of care provided across our services.
In my working life I have spent over a decade leading the development of partnerships to improve health and wellbeing across the UK, working with local communities, councils, NHS trusts and wider agencies to reduce inequalities and invest in prevention. This has included roles as Head of Health and Wellbeing in both Lambeth and Sheffield, as National Implementation Advisor at the Early Intervention Foundation and my current role leading the Young Foundation’s major programmes to reduce inequality in Northern Ireland and Scotland.
I live in Camberwell and represent Camberwell Green Ward.How to contact Cllr Kieron Williams