Adam Brimelow is NHS Providers’ director of communications.
Prior to joining as head of news in 2016 he was a BBC health correspondent for 14 years, working across a range of outlets including Today and World at One on radio 4, TV news bulletins and online.
Previously Adam also worked for BBC World Service and in local radio, based in Birmingham and Manchester.
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Saffron Cordery, NHS Providers deputy chief executive, responds to the meeting of the testing target and to concerns of supplies of personal protective equipment.
Saffron Cordery responds to the announcement of new annual support payments for key staff shortage groups
Adam Brimelow discusses how trusts have delivered considerable improvements in the quality of care they provide over the last five years, and why we should celebrate their successes.
Our new report calls for greater realism about the scale of the challenges facing the NHS, and Chris Hopson warns we need a full, frank and open national conversation.
NHS Providers launches a national campaign as a survey of trust leaders reveals the scale of the NHS capital funding challenge that still exists.
NHS Providers director of communications Adam Brimelow visits Airedale NHS Foundation Trust and discusses the issues of capital funding trusts are currently facing.
Adam Brimelow discusses recent performance figures, and suggests that the NHS is still facing pressures more commonly associated with winter.
Adam Brimelow responds to new statistics from the Labour Party which reveal 3,141 ambulance workers have quit their jobs since October 2010.
Adam Brimelow, director of communications, responds to a BBC investigation into ambulance response times.
Ahead of its publication, Chris Hopson warns that the NHS long term plan must be ambitious but realistic and avoid becoming an undeliverable wish list.
Mayor of Greater Manchester, Andy Burnham, delivers a keynote address at this year's NHS Providers annual conference in Manchester.
Our latest report based on a survey of NHS trust leaders warns that the current method of driving efficiency in the health service is no longer sustainable.