Peter Molyneux has an excellent track record in developing partnerships across health, housing and social care to promote the integration of services and support the implementation of policy. Peter places a high priority on working with patients, carers and the public to increase their influence on strategy and service transformation. He is particularly interested in how Boards can take responsibility for and track organisational reputation.
Peter has delivered projects covering governance, integration and partnerships for a broad range of organisations including the Department of Health, the Welsh Assembly Government, the Extra Care Charitable Trust, the Joseph Rowntree Foundation and the Shaw Trust.
He is Chair of SW London and St Georges Mental Health Trust. From 2005 to 2011 he was Chair of NHS Kensington and Chelsea. At NHSK&C he turned around a £26m deficit to a break-even position over two years, he has built a partnership with an excellent local authority to strengthen accountability and make better use of resources and led the PCT in developing a new approach to its estate.
Peter’s other experience includes serving on the Board of Westway Development Trust; the Homes and Communities Agency’s Advisory Group on Older People and Vulnerable Adults; the Board of the Kensington and Chelsea Tenant Management Organisation and a non-executive Director of the Richmond Fellowship.