Saleem Khan pic.jpgSaleem Khan has been appointed as Clinical Director of Obstetrics and Gynaecology.

Mr Khan, who is currently working as Labour Ward Lead and Interim College Tutor at NCIC, started his new job today.

He said:

"This is an interesting time for the Women and Children Services. The Women and Children Services are in the process of remodelling under new leadership and I feel very humbled to be part of this team.

“We will work as a team and try our best to take the services to the next level.”

Mr Khan’s new role brings with it more responsibility.

He added:

“It is a very different role to what I was previously doing. It comes with great responsibility but also with opportunities to bring about changes.

“I believe in team work and if everyone worked as a team with one aim  and ONE VISION than we will be able to take the services to next level.

“One aim one vision and together we will be the best service in the region.”

Raj Verma, Associate Medical Director of the Women’s and Children Care Group, said:

“We would like to pass on our thanks to Mr Ravimohan for his leadership and finishing his term successfully, and welcome Mr Khan in leading the team.

“I am delighted on the appointment of Mr Saleem Khan as Clinical Director of Maternity which is a forward thinking department with a team of dedicated clinicians and midwives who are working in collaboration in the journey of continuous improvement.

“Mr Khan is committed to working towards further improvement in patient experience and support embedding #thencicway in the organisational culture.”

Amanda Kennett, Associate Director  of Midwifery and Gynaecology at NCIC, said:

“We are delighted to welcome Mr Khan as our new Clinical Director. Mr Khan has shown that he believes in team work and putting women at the centre of everything we do.

“He has some great ideas about now to move the department forward and hopes to make maternity services at NCIC the best in the region.

“We are looking forward to working with him in his new role.”


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