Our governing body is chaired by Dr Annabel Crowe and Brigitte Unger Graeber is our vice-chair.
Every GP practice has a vote and is responsible for electing its representatives onto the governing body.
Our governing body has nine local GPs representing our member practices, alongside patient representatives and colleagues from public health and our local authorities. They make decisions on behalf of the Council of Members (the group name for our member practices).
The CCG governing body is responsible for making the final decisions within the CCG and is accountable to NHS England and to our member practices, as well as to the public.
Our governing body meetings are held in public and the meeting papers are published on this site.
All governing body members and senior managers are required to declare any relevant and material interests, which are detailed in the register of interests. The CCG's constitution sets out the rules governing declarations of interest and the management of conflicts of interest.
This constitution was updated in late 2018 and approved by NHS England in December 2018. Approval letter can be found here. Previous versions of the constitution are available on request.
I have worked as a GP in Hounslow borough for 23 years, initially as a partner and more recently as a sessional GP specialising in primary care mental health. I have been a clinical commissioner for over 10 years and was a member of the Governing Body of Hounslow CCG until October 2014, then rejoined in July 2017. My main commissioning interest is mental health and am the GP lead for adult and children’s mental health and the dementia service. In May 2017 I became a clinical director for mental health within the Strategy and Transformation team for North West London. I work closely with West London Mental Health Trust and the boroughs of Ealing and Hammersmith & Fulham to develop and improve mental health services across these areas.×
Dr Unger-Graeber has been a GP in Chiswick for the last 10 years. She has been a member of the Professional Executive, Clinical Executive and Joint Commissioning Executive Committees over the past six years. Dr Unger-Graeber has a special interest in cardiology services and chairs the Hounslow Cardiac Network as well as representing Hounslow as the clinical governance lead for NHS 111, chairing the ONWL clinical governance meeting.×
Dr Sethurajan has been a full time GP in Chiswick for 11 years, and has been a member of the commissioning board since 2011. He has contributed to the assessment and negotiation of many contracts with both hospital and out of hospital providers, including new community dermatology and ophthalmology clinics for the borough.×
Dr Amit Gupta, I have worked as a GP in Chiswick for the past 7 years. My interests include digital innovation in healthcare, promoting clinical standards with an interest in Urology, ENT, and Dermatology. I also have contributions in procurement and performance management of commissioned services.×
I have worked as a GP in Hounslow (and other areas) for 7 years. I work as a Sessional GP mainly in the Great West and Hounslow area. I have recently been elected onto the CCG Governing Body. I am also a Trust appointed Governor at a local Primary School.×
Dr Raquel Delgado is a freelance GP who has worked across Hounslow GP Practices over last 15 years. She started working for the NHS in 1984 soon after arriving from Spain and completed her postgraduate training in the UK.
She was appointed Diabetes GP Lead for Hounslow CCG in 2013. In this role , Dr Delgado embarked in an ambitious transformation program to lead changes across diabetes services for both adults and children living with diabetes in Hounslow. Her work also involves working with diabetes stakeholders across NW London to improve quality of services. Dr Delgado looks forward to work more closely with patient groups and the public to ensure that services commissioned by the CCG meet the healthcare needs of Hounslow residents.
She is also Co-Chair of the Quality, Patient Safety and Equality Committee.
I am a newly qualified GP working at a practice in Isleworth and have recently been elected onto the CCG Governing Body. I am also Chair of the CCG's Finance and Performance Committee.
Prior to being on the CCG I have been a local councillor in the London Borough of Ealing.×
Richard has served as a GP in Brentford for 13 years, and been involved with commissioning services in Hounslow over the last four years. He has contributed significantly to the roll out of a single clinical system in primary care across the CWHHE collaborative.
He is Chair of the Information Governance and Management Technology Committee and Co-Chair of the Quality Patient, Safety and Equality Committee, and is clinical lead for cancer.
Trevor spent the majority of his career in the Civil Service, principally in the Ministry of Defence, where he served in a number of senior positions, including as director general finance. He retired in 2012, since when he has been a non-executive director and chair of audit for the Oil and Pipelines Agency. As well as serving on the governing body at Hounslow CCG, he chairs the collaborative performance committee.×
Philip has a background as a chartered accountant and management consultant with 20 years senior experience within the financial services sector. Philip retired 14 years ago and now holds a range of Non-executive and trustee roles in the public and voluntary sector including Chair of a drug and alcohol Charity and a large primary school. Philip has been a non-executive within the NHS for the past 11 years and is currently Chair of the Audit Committee for Central London, Hammersmith & Fulham, Hounslow and West London CCGs and was previously Chair of Ealing Primary Care Trust.×
Secondary Care Doctor
Andy Petros has been a Consultant Paediatric Intensivist at Great Ormond Street Hospital since 1996. Prior to that he was Consultant Anaesthetist at The Royal Brompton Hospital, London and at the Royal Liverpool Children’s Hospital, Alder Hey. He undertook a Fellowship in intensive care at the Hospital for Sick Kid’s, Toronto. From 1991-2012 he was Director of the Children’s Acute Transport Service (CATS) for North Thames. He has also been the Director of the Paediatric Intensisive Care Unit at Great Ormond Street. He has a masters in Medical Ethics and Mediacal Law from King’s College, London and has publised widely on ethical topics and is a member of ethical committe of the British Medical Journal. He has been a memeber of a research ethics committee for fifteeen years. He is an assessor for NCAS and is an MPTS panel member for the GMC. He is also a PLAB examiner for the GMC and a medical member of the first tier appeal tribunal for the social entitlement chamber.×
Sue has worked in the NHS since 1991 and has worked across a range of organisations including acute providers, commissioning organisations and NHS agencies delivering improvement programmes at a national level. Sue has managed a wide range of both clinical and non-clinical services and has recently joined Hounslow CCG on a secondment as the Managing Director.
She is passionate about building effective working relationships with all stakeholders and commissioning high quality services for the local population.×
Chief Nurse/ Director of Quality
Diane has worked in the NHS for over 25 years and is a Registered Nurse & Midwife. She initially joined Brent, Harrow and Hillingdon CCGs in March 2017 as the Director of Quality and Safety. More recently in July 2018, Diane is now the Chief Nurse and Director of Quality for all eight North West London (NWL) CCGs. Diane has significant leadership experience, having worked at senior management level for the past 12 years. Prior to her role in NWL, Diane has worked with NHS Greenwich CCG as the Director of Integrated Governance as well as Deputy Nurse Director with NHS Redbridge CCG before that.
Diane is a member of the London Clinical Senate and continues to practice as a Midwife.×
Clive Chalk is a former police officer. He is Chair of the CCG's Patient and Public Engagement Committee and Chair of the Primary Care Commissioning Committee.
Before taking retirement he spent 30 years with the Metropolitan Police Service. He undertook a variety of roles serving several boroughs including Brent, Hounslow and Richmond. He retired as the Borough Commander for Richmond upon Thames in 2013.
Between 2006 and 2009 he was the Superintendent responsible for community engagement and neighbourhood policing for Hounslow borough. He is experienced in engaging with a cohesive partnership of statutory, community, faith and voluntary sector organisations both in Hounslow and other boroughs.
He is currently the Lay Chair within the General Dental Council’s (GDC) Investigating Committee. The primary purpose of the committee is to ensure patient and public safety and uphold the high standards of the profession. He has also been selected as a Lay Person for the Judicial Conduct Investigations Office.×
Chief Finance Officer×