28-29 June 2017 | ExCel London

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Angela Pedder

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Angela Pedder

Angela Pedder

Lead CEO, Wider Devon Sustainability and Transformation Plan
Angela Pedder OBE is the Lead Chief Executive for the Devon Success Regime and Sustainability and Transformation Plan, with responsibility for leading delivery of change with all NHS organisations in Devon, on a collaborative basis. She took up this role in July 2016 having previously been Chief Executive of the Royal Devon & Exeter NHS Foundation Trust for nearly 20 years. Her career with the National Health Service in England started when she was 18 years old as a Management Trainee working in the North West Thames Regional Health Authority. This was where she built her knowledge, and increasingly took on more senior roles, with an emphasis on understanding all aspects of healthcare including acute hospital, mental health, learning difficulties, community services, commissioning and human resources. In 1987, at the age of 29, she was appointed to her first Chief Executive role as Unit General Manager, Community Services, in North Hertfordshire. In 1991 she was appointed Chief Executive of an acute hospital trust, St Albans and Hemel Hempstead NHS Trust, to lead a major programme of service rationalisation, reconfiguration and service redesign, to improve the quality of service for patients and eliminate a significant financial deficit. From 1996, Angela was Chief Executive of the then Royal Devon & Exeter Healthcare NHS Trust and focused on improving the quality of care for local people, and building the RD&E as a recognised provider of quality health care services, research and education. Under her leadership the Trust’s turnover has grown from approximately £100 million in 1996/7, to over £400 million in the most recent financial year. In April 2004 the RD&E became one of the first 10 Foundation Trusts established within the UK. The contribution Angela has made to the NHS has been recognised nationally with an OBE in the 2007 New Year’s Honours List, and regionally when she was awarded an Honorary Doctorate by the University of Exeter in July 2011. Angela is married and has a son and daughter.
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