Chris Streather

Deputy Chair | London Leading for Health Partnership

Dr Chris Streather is Deputy Chair of the London Leading for Health Partnership, a member of Lord Ara Darzi’s Health Commission and Mayor Boris Johnson’s London Health Board. In the past, he worked at Brighton, King’s College Hospital, as a National Kidney Research Foundation Fellow, and Cambridge, before being appointed to St Georges as a Consultant in 1997. He became Medical Director in 2004. In 2008 he was the London Clinical Director as London’s stroke services were comprehensively redesigned and worked on the Primary and Community Care Advisory Board of the NHS Next Stage Review. From 2009-2012 he was the first CEO of South London Healthcare, and is now the Managing Director of the Health Innovation Network, leading for the networks nationally on Patient Safety.

Jamie Smith


09.00–17.00 4 November 2014 | Venue: Royal Festival Hall

London Conference 2014 What should London be asking for from the new national government, and what should the new government be looking for from London?