Last updated:
26 February 2015

Public Health and Health and Social Care Commissioning

Key people representing public health and social care commissioning.

Director of Public Health and Health and Social Care Commissioning: Judith Wright.

Public Health

Head of Public Health: Catherine Scott.

  • Principal Manager, Public Health Research Unit: Jacqueline Clay
  • Public Health Consultant, Children and Families: Dr Ann Corkery
  • Public Health Consultant, Health Settings: Dr Peter Hayward
  • Public Health Consultant, Healthy Lifestyles: Dr Kate Bailey
  • Public Health Consultant, Later Life: Dr Rachel Gill
  • Public Health Consultant, Wellbeing and Partnerships: Dr Farhang Tahzib.

Cabinet Member

Cabinet Member for Community Wellbeing (and Deputy Leader): Christine Field.

Responsible for:

  • Public health
  • Drug and alcohol action
  • Domestic abuse
  • Adult skills and learning
  • Rights of way
  • Outdoor environment (coast and countryside matters, including South Downs National Park)
  • Art and heritage liaison
  • Gypsy and travellers' policy
  • Police liaison.

Health and Social Care Commissioning

Head of Health and Social Care Commissioning: Catherine Galvin.

  • Head of Contracts and Performance: Karen Wells
  • Head of Safeguarding: Sam Bushby
  • Interim Head of Continuing Healthcare: Kate Hurley
  • Senior Commissioning Manager (Mental Health): Tom Insley
  • Senior Commissioning Manager (Learning Disabilities): Philip Pragnell.

Reporting to Judith Wright:

  • Head of Children and Families Commissioning: Alison Nuttall
  • Head of Integrated Adult Care Commissioning: Martin Parker

Cabinet Members

Cabinet Member for Adult Social Care and Health: Peter Catchpole.

Responsible for:

  • Health and health partnerships
  • Adult social care services
  • Adult safeguarding
  • Dementia services (including Friendly Communities).

Cabinet Member for Children - Start of Life: Peter Evans.

Responsible for:

  • Think Family
  • Children's social care
  • Educational attainment and skills
  • School liaison
  • Youth services.
 

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