Malcolm has been at the forefront of the NHS’s modernization efforts, having helped several UK healthcare authorities deliver change and improve performance, successfully working with multiple stakeholder groups.
Most recently Malcolm was CEO of University Hospitals Leicester NHS Trust, England’s third- largest university hospital trust with GBP700 million turnover and 11,000 employees, where he moved the organization forward following a failed asset renewal program.
In a 30 year career with the NHS, Malcolm’s early successes include rationalizing laboratory services, consolidating clinical and support services and meeting ambitious national waiting list targets at a number of London hospital authorities.
As CEO of Peterborough Hospitals NHS Trust, he nurtured a collaborative environment, building strong partnerships with health authorities, other trusts, local government and patients, and introducing greater clinical accountability.
Malcolm then became CEO of King’s College Hospital NHS Foundation Trust, steering the organization toward more effective service delivery and overhauling its governance.
A prominent national and international figure, he has chaired the UK CEO’s Research Forum and was a member of the NHS Future Forum, advising the UK Government on health legislation.
Malcolm has a BA from Oxford University, an MsC from the University of London and is an Honorary Fellow of King’s College London.