Roger Dunshea, Non-Executive Director joins the TrustRoger Dunshea has been appointed as a Non-Executive Director to the Board at Black Country Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust.

Roger started his NHS career as a student nurse in Glasgow. Over the years he has worked in a range of clinical, operational and financial management roles. This has included growing his expertise in regulatory systems, governance and service delivery. In recent years he completed successful terms as an independent audit committee member with the Equality and Human Rights Commission, the Medical Research Council and as a lay member of the General Chiropractic Council. His final term as a non-executive director with the Royal Wolverhampton NHS Trust concludes in March 2022.

Jeremy Vanes, Chair at Black Country Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust commented: “We are delighted to welcome Roger to the Trust and I know his extensive experience and knowledge will benefit the organisation, our staff and local communities we serve”.

Roger Dunshea commented “I am very much looking forward to learning about the vital work of the Trust through listening to patients, colleagues and partners. I want to build upon the work that is already being done to continually develop and deliver services that meets the needs of our diverse and vibrant communities.”