New recruit for NHS body
THE group about to take over the NHS in Newcastle and the Staffordshire Moorlands has appointed a vice-chairman.
Naomi Chambers, professor of health management at Manchester Business School, is already a lay board member of North Staffordshire Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG).
The GP-led CCG has been created to replace the primary care trust in April.
Mrs Chambers, aged 55, has lived in the Staffordshire Moorlands for the past 25 years.
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She was also a lay director on the PCT which will be scrapped under Government health reforms. She will work with chairman Mark Shapley, a Newcastle family doctor.