Non-executive board member steps down

Date: 03 July 2018

A Non-Executive Board Member of the East of England Ambulance Service NHS Trust has stepped down after three years in post.

Hertfordshire-based member Tony McLean left the Trust at the end of June (2018) owing to other commitments outside of his Trust role.

Tony said: “It has been my great privilege to serve the Trust and I will look on in pride to see it grown from strength to strength, knowing I played a small part in its development.”

Tony began his career in Nursing and trained as a General Nurse, Psychiatric Nurse and Health Visitor before moving into general management and eventually becoming a NHS Trust CEO, managing community mental health and learning disability trusts in the South and East Anglia.

He has also worked in the independent sector as a CEO and Executive Chairman and has run a number of other large healthcare businesses across the UK and Scotland.

Sarah Boulton, Chair of the Trust, added: “Tony has been a valued member of the Board for the past three years and we value his experience, knowledge and contribution. We wish him all the best.”

  • Summary:

    A Non-Executive Board Member of the East of England Ambulance Service NHS Trust has stepped down after three years in post.