Dr. Mark Spencer, the co-chair of New NHS Alliance has stepped down from his role.
Dr. Spencer has been instrumental in the re-launch of the Alliance, which now focuses on addressing health inequalities by ‘infecting the health system with wellness’.
In his role as a Fleetwood GP he has led by example. He is featuring in a series of BBC programmes as ‘the doctor who wants to make his town better’.
Dr. Spencer wishes to focus on his clinical work and his leadership role with ‘A Healthier Fleetwood’ He retains a position on the National Executive of New NHS Alliance.
His co chair entrepreneurial Queen’s Nurse Heather Henry, thanked him by saying:
‘Mark has been instrumental in completely re-launching New NHS Alliance. He is an ambassador for our approach to ‘health creation’ – a social model of health – in primary care. He will continue his influence through our national executive.’
Dr. Brian Fisher, also a practicing GP, will continue to work alongside Mrs. Henry as vice chair of New NHS Alliance.
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- We intend to publish a ‘Manifesto for the adoption of health creating practices’ in the spring of 2017