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Published
27 October 2022

Dr Mohit Venkataram in Conversation with Dr Amanda Doyle OBE

Dr Mohit Venkataram will be in Conversation with National Director for Primary Care and Community Services on Wednesday 16 November 2022. Register now via Zoom.
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Are you a health professional, interested in knowing what primary care health leaders have to say about the future of primary care?

On 16 November 2022, join Dr Amanda Doyle OBE, National Director for Primary Care and Community Services and Dr Mohit Venkataram, Executive Lead for Primary Care at East London NHS Foundation Trust at 19:00 via Zoom.    

The discussion will address:    

  • the future of primary care and community services
  • plans to deliver better care and help local people live longer, healthier lives
  • integrated care, primary care and working in partnership to join up health and care services
  • why Population Health Management matters

Make sure you do not miss out on this vital debate, and register now.

This webinar is part of The Future of Primary Care series hosted by the primary care directorate at East London Foundation Trust (ELFT), which features leading names in the field of primary care.

About Dr Amanda Doyle OBE

National Director for Primary Care and Community Services

Dr Amanda Doyle OBE took up the post of National Director for Primary Care and Community Services on 13 June 2022. Amanda joined NHS England as North West Regional Director on 2 August 2021. Previously she was the Chief Clinical Officer for West Lancashire Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG), Blackpool CCG and Fylde and Wyre CCG. Amanda was also the Integrated Care System Lead for Lancashire and South Cumbria, leading a large health and care transformation programme across the patch.

Amanda has been a GP for more than 20 years, practising in a large practice in a deprived area of Blackpool, which, in addition to primary medical services, provides a range of urgent care services for patients across the Fylde Coast.

Amanda was the Co-Chair of NHS Clinical Commissioners from 2013 to 2018.

She was Senior Responsible Officer for the primary care component of the Long Term Plan and was involved in the leadership of the health inequalities, prevention and personalisation elements.

She was part of the national General Medical Services (GMS) Negotiation team in 2018 which delivered the reformed GMS Contract. Amanda maintains an interest in urgent care. She was for 10 years a Medical Director of the local GP out-of-hours service.

Amanda was awarded an OBE for services to primary care and commissioning in 2014.