David Sollis steps down as Healthwatch Essex CEO

Posted on: March 27, 2020

David Sollis has now left his role as CEO of Healthwatch Essex, after 7 years with the organisation.

David first joined Healthwatch Essex as the Engagement Manager in 2013, before becoming CEO in 2017. David focused the strategic leadership part of the role to ensure that the ‘Lived Experience’ of patients, family, Carers and staff is at the heart of the health & social care in Essex and the wider region.

David also sat on the Steering Group of The Essex Alliance, before stepping down in 2019 due to other commitments.

We thank David for his work across the sector, and wish him well in his future endeavours.

Author: Steering Member
Categories: News

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