Jill Norman

Posted on: October 9th, 2018 by Phoenix Hospital Group

Jill trained as a registered nurse at Guys Hospital and is also qualified in critical care. Having worked in both NHS and private healthcare for 45 years she brings a wealth of experience in hospital leadership and senior management. Jill has been Director of Nursing and Clinical Services within HCA Healthcare, London and Hospital Manager within Aspen Healthcare, Chelmsford, Essex. Jill’s focus is on team leadership and clinical development supporting medical colleagues in research and innovation working closely with Anglia Ruskin University .

Jill will have operational and day to day responsibility for Phoenix Hospital Chelmsford including its business development, clinical delivery and new service development.

Angus McIndoe

Posted on: October 5th, 2018 by Phoenix Hospital Group

Mr McIndoe is one of the foremost UK consultants working in the field of Gynaecological Oncology today. A New Zealand native, Mr McIndoe qualified in 1980, after which time he moved to the UK. He was Lead Clinician for Gynaecological Oncology at the Hammersmith Hospital for many years, and Chief of Service for Gynaecology.

Mr McIndoe will work with the board and management team at Phoenix to champion excellence and ensure we maintain a safe and welcoming environment for patients and consultants. Mr McIndoe will provide clinical leadership and ensure the interests of consultants are reflected as Phoenix grows and evolves.

Aleks McNee

Posted on: October 5th, 2018 by Phoenix Hospital Group

(RGN, INP, BScN (Hons), BAppSc)

Aleksandra McNee, a registered Nurse Prescriber has worked in healthcare for over 15 years in the United Kingdom and Internationally. Having worked across a multitude of specialties within the NHS and the private sector, she has also spent many years inspiring, managing and supporting teams in the development of clinical services.

In her role at Phoenix Hospital Group, Aleksandra is the Director of Operations, encompassing the Weymouth Street Hospital, Outpatient and Diagnostic Centres and Phoenix Laboratory. She is responsible for driving the operational delivery to ensure Phoenix Hospital Group maintains its excellent levels of safe, high quality and effective care for all service users.

Andrew Barker

Posted on: October 5th, 2018 by Phoenix Hospital Group

Andrew started his career in the City in Mergers and Acquisitions and listed company corporate services before moving into healthcare management. Andrew then spent 11 years at the London Clinic, where he was responsible for operational management, governance and quality, strategic partnerships and the development of key stakeholder relations including the introduction of a number of innovations regarding Consultant engagement.  Andrew developed and executed the real estate strategy which delivered the strategic change from a single site to a campus based hospital, including the landmark Cancer Centre and new diagnostic and outpatient facilities.

Andrew joined Phoenix Hospital Group in 2013, initially on a consultancy basis to advise on strategy and latterly was appointed as Group Chief Executive. Andrew has been responsible for the rapid transition of Phoenix to a thriving independent hospital group.