Professor Sir Sam Everington
Associate Non-Executive Director
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- Status on NHS Resolution Board
- Main occupation/employment
GP, Bromley-by-Bow Partnership
- Directorships, partnerships or registrable shareholdings
Chair, Tower Hamlets CCG
Clinical Lead, East London Health Partnership
Deputy Chair, Tower Hamlets Health and Wellbeing Board
Non Executive Director, East London Foundation Trust
Director, Bromley by Bow Ltd.
Director, Greenlight GP Connect Ltd.
- Membership of governing bodies or other public bodies
BMA Council Member and Vice President of the BMA
Director of Community Health Partnerships
Fellow and Honorary Professor of Queen Mary University of London
Vice President and Council Member the College of Medicine
Member of NHS Strategic Infrastructure Board
Vice President Queens Nursing Institute
Member of Royal College of GPs
Member of MDDUS
- Interests of close family members
Wife is a Partner in Bromley-by-Bow Partnership
Wife is a Board member of Tower Hamlets CCG
Wife is a GP partner member of the MDDUS
Wife is Vice President and Council Member of the College of Medicine
- Interests from previous recent employment
- Party political activity
- Other interests notified
Sir Sam has been a GP in Tower Hamlets since 1989 at the Bromley by Bow Centre, with over 100 projects under its roof supporting the wider determinants of health. The social prescribing delivered at the centre is now part of a network of a thousand across the country.
He is Chair of Tower Hamlets Clinical Commissioning Group and Clinical Lead of his sustainability and transformation partnership (STP).
Sam is a Member of the British Medical Association Council and Vice President of the British Medical Association. In 1999 he received an OBE for services to inner city primary care, in 2006 the International Award of Excellence in Health Care and in 2015 a knighthood for services to primary care. He is a Director of Community Health Partnerships (NHS Lift). He is Fellow and Honorary Professor of Queen Mary University of London and Vice President of the Queen’s Nursing Institute.
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