Gill joined NHS Providers as chair at the beginning of 2014 after a long and distinguished career in healthcare. Her previous roles include permanent secretary of the Welsh Assembly government and chief executive of the NHS Confederation for six years.
Gill is a fellow of the Royal College of Physicians and the Faculty of Public Health and is a member of the Royal College of General Practitioners.
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Dame Gill Morgan welcomes the announcement that Sir Robert Francis has been appointed chair of Healthwatch England
Dame Julie Moore, the chief executive of University Hospitals Birmingham NHS Foundation Trust, announces her retirement.
Dame Gill Morgan pays tribute as Sir Andrew Cash announces retirement.
In a joint report we have compiled a set of high impact actions to improve the working environment for junior doctors and which could reduce burnout
NHS Providers, NHS Improvement and the Faculty of Medical Leadership and Management publish eight high impact actions to improve the working lives of junior doctors.
NHS Providers chair Gill Morgan writes for the HSJ about how NHS trust chief executives are held to account over performance against current pressures.
We respond to the announcement that Ed Smith, chair for NHS Improvement is to step down this summer
Jeremy Hunt has been reappointed as secretary of state for health in the cabinet reshuffle
To deliver better and new models of care it is essential that we unleash the community health sector’s potential
Our narrative sets out what is needed to realise the potential of community services
Gill Morgan considers what type of services patients need, want and deserve at weekends.