Ket Chudasama is an Economics graduate from the University of Manchester, and has achieved an MSc (with distinction) in Public Leadership and Management from Warwick Business School. He has worked in the NHS for nearly 20 years, in both acute hospitals and commissioning organisations. From a background in informatics, Ket’s career has developed through acute contracting and performance management, to change management and strategic planning, before focusing on governance and organisational development. Ket’s current portfolio includes performance, programme management, communications, corporate governance and planned care.
With experience in both primary care and secondary care, he is looking forward to the challenge of helping to build an effective management support function, enabling clinically-led commissioning to improve health care and health outcomes in West Leicestershire.