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Trust chairman highlights commitment to providing highest standard of care

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BOB McCann, Non Executive Director of the Northern Trust, has been elected as Interim Chairman of the Trust until the position is filled by the Department of Health, Social Services and Public Safety later this year.

Mr McCann took up the role after the former chairman left the Trust in December 2012.

Mr McCann said: “The Trust remains totally committed to making sure that the highest standard of care is provided to all those who need our services.

“We have a great deal to be proud of, there are many examples of excellence across the range of our community and hospital services.

“In common with many other NHS organisations, the Trust faces many challenges at this time. It is most encouraging therefore to see the ongoing commitment and dedication of all our highly professional staff, who continually strive to provide the highest standard of care to all our patients and clients.

“Our achievements over the past years give us the confidence and determination to secure further necessary improvements in unscheduled care, and across all our services.

“Our goal is, and can be none other than, to achieve our agreed mission, to provide for all the care we would expect for our families and ourselves.”

Mr McCann is a chartered certified accountant who lives in Newtownabbey.

He has a broad management background having held a number of senior management posts in both the private and public sectors.

He is a member of the Northern Trust’s User Feedback Committee, Chair of the Audit and Risk Committee for the NI Commissioner for Children and Young People, a member of the NI Valuation Tribunal and member of the Solicitors Disciplinary Tribunal.

He is also an Independent Member of the Audit Committee of the NI Housing Executive and a Non-Executive Director on Warrenpoint Harbour Authority.

 

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