Dr Hamish Stedman
Qualified in 1978, Hamish has worked in most of Salford’s hospitals and retired in 2016 after 35 years as a Swinton GP. He works as a part time medical officer at St Ann’s Hospice, Little Hulton and is a Non-Executive Director at Salford Royal NHS Foundation Trust. Hamish was formerly Chair of Salford Clinical Commissioning Group and the Association of Greater Manchester Clinical Commissioning Groups. In the Greater Manchester role he helped steer the combined Clinical Commissioning Groups towards the reconfiguration of acute sector services under the Healthier Together project and was a co signatory to the health and social care powers devolved to Greater Manchester. Hamish will be in post as Neighbourhood Primary Care Lead until April 2018 when Dr Girish Patel will take over.
Geraldine joined Salford Primary Care Together after four years working at Lambeth Clinical Commissioning Group. Her last role was as Locality Manager, working with local practices and new GP Federations to support the delivery and achievement of the GP Delivery Framework. This role included developing new ways of working between colleagues in primary care, acute care, community services, local authority and patient groups. Geraldine’s background also includes roles in acute Trusts, primary care and commissioning.