The Trustees have overall control of the charity, act in its best interests and are responsible for ensuring the charity is fulfilling its purpose.
Ms Langfield began her career as a nurse and subsequently moved into general hospital management. From the early 1990s she held several senior positions in West London, and completed MSc degrees in Health Planning, Health Economics and Health Service commissioning, before moving to work for NHS England in 2013. She then held various senior London roles, including responsibility for Public Health commissioning, Specialist Services commissioning and Health in the Justice System. She also spent some time at Greenwich Clinical Commissioning Group as their Chief Officer.
She has recently retired and as well as being the new chair of Paul Strickland Scanner Centre she is also a trustee for Rennie Grove Peace Care.
She said: “Being appointed as the new Chair of the Paul Strickland Scanner Centre Board of Trustees is a tremendous honour and a privilege. I hope to bring skills and knowledge from my previous roles, as well as my passion for excellent patient care and service delivery to my new role.”
“Paul Strickland Scanner Centre has been providing an exceptional medical imaging service to patients at Mount Vernon over nearly four decades and I am excited about our plans for the future.”
Ms Langfield replaces outgoing Chair Cathy Williams, who has how retired from the Board after serving as a Trustee since 2015 and as chair since 2021. Ms Langfield said: “We will miss Cathy’s wisdom, knowledge and commitment to Paul Strickland Scanner Centre and wish her every happiness and enjoyment for the future.”