GP and Director of Primary Care, NHS England
Arvind Madan has been the Director of Primary Care and Deputy National Medical Director for NHS England since 2015, providing clinical leadership for the transformation of primary care. His main area of focus is delivery of the General Practice Forward View, which is a five year strategy to stabilize and transform primary care.
Arvind has been a GP for 20 years and remains a partner in the Hurley Group, a large multi-site general practice and urgent care provider. He retains a regular clinical commitment in general practice, urgent care and out-of-hours care, looking after patients in South and East London.
Arvind has a strong track record in using new technology and redesigned ways of working across care boundaries to improve outcomes. He is a member of the Kings Fund Advisory Board and has helped set up a Community Interest Company known as Healthy Minds, which runs peer mediation for children in 30 London schools
Former Chairman of Arsenal and the Football Association
CEO Amicus, and formerly Head of the British Army
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