The College of Medicine has appointed a new Chief Executive Officer.
Amanda King, formerly Chief Officer, will take on the new role with immediate effect.
The College of Medicine’s Chair, Dr Michael Dixon, said of the appointment: “Over the last few years, The College of Medicine has cemented its status as a mainstream organisation via successful campaigns for increased social prescribing within the NHS and food equality for all, becoming an important player in the conversation around health.
“This month, we welcome Amanda King, our current Chief Officer, into the role of Chief Executive Officer.
“Over the last decade, Amanda has shown an unwavering commitment to our values: compassion, connection and community, and her elevation to CEO is a reflection of The College’s strong development.
“As we enter our next phase of growth, Amanda’s achievements during ten years of hard work have shown she is the perfect person to help The College of Medicine push for better, fairer health for all.”
Amanda told The College of Medicine website: “The College and its members, who feel like an extended family, continue to put health and care at the centre of our values.
“I look forward to an exciting future serving as Chief Executive Officer, helping people to stay well and thrive, in a world where medicine isn’t just about pills.”
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