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Governing Body and CCG Structure


Governing Body - Voting Members


Dr Sian Jones


Dr Darren Watts

GP Member

Dr Justine Hall

GP Member


GP Member

Phelim Brady

Lay Member:
Patient and Public Engagement /
Vice Chair Lay

Jacqueline Burke

Lay Member:
Audit *

Jonathan Perkins

Lay Member:
General *


Care Doctor *

Julia Dutchman-Bailey

Nurse *

Matthew Tait

Joint Accountable
Officer *

Karen McDowell

Chief Finance
Officer *

 *(Shared role for Surrey Heartlands CCGs)


Governing Body - Non-voting Members


Vicky Stobbart


Sumona Chatterjee

Executive Director
of Strategic Commissioning *

Clare Stone

Executive Director
of Quality *

Elaine Newton

Executive Director of Communications and Corporate Affairs *

Ruth Hutchinson

Surrey County Council Representative

 *(Shared role for Surrey Heartlands CCGs)


Governing Body - Deputy Lay / Independent Members


Dr Susan Tresman

Deputy Lay Member: General with Primary Care focus *

Peter Collis

Deputy Lay Member: Audit and General with Strategic Finance focus *

Debbie Stubberfield

Deputy Independent Nurse *

Mark Byrne

Deputy Lay Member: General
(Strategic Finance) *

 *(Shared role for Surrey Heartlands CCGs)


Governing Body Register of Interests

The CCG keeps a register of interest, also known as conflicts of interest, for the Governing Body. This is reviewed regularly and updated as necessary. This can be viewed on the Corporate Registers page of this website.


Governing Body Meetings in Public

NHS Guildford and Waverley CCG hold regular meetings to which both the press and the public are invited to attend. Board papers can be viewed on the Our Meetings page of this website.


CCG Structure

The organisational structure charts for Guildford and Waverley Clinical Commissioning Group are currently under review.


Page updated:04 October 2019
Next review due:03 October 2020
Model Publication Scheme:Class 2: Structures
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