NHS Providers welcomes Navina Evans as chief executive of Health Education England
26 March 2020
Responding to the announcement of Navina Evans as chief executive of Health Education England, the chief executive of NHS Providers, Chris Hopson, and the deputy chief executive of NHS Providers, Saffron Cordery said:
"We are delighted to congratulate Navina Evans on her appointment as chief executive of Health Education England. We have worked closely with Navina in her role as chief executive of East London Foundation Trust and look forward to continuing to build on this relationship as she takes on her new position.
"Health Education England has a central role to play in upskilling the workforce, ensuring a focus on professional development, and helping trusts to provide a modern, flexible and rewarding employment offer for NHS staff. The relationship between Health Education England and trusts is important to ensure robust workforce planning at all levels, as part of the sector’s efforts to meet the challenge of closing the workforce gap in the immediate future and longer term.
"We look forward to working with Navina to implement the key aims of the upcoming NHS People Plan, and ensuring the NHS is a great place for staff to work. We wish her all the best in her new role."