London Medical appoints Tony Graff as chief executive

Tony Graff has been appointed chief executive officer of London Medical.

The new position at the private specialist outpatient clinic comes after a five-year period during which Neville Abraham served as part-time executive chairman, working with chief operating officer David Briggs.

Graff (pictured) has senior executive healthcare experience, with his most recent role as chief executive of digital provider Doctor Care Anywhere.

He has also worked as chief financial officer at Imperial College NHS Trust and Healthcare at Home. In addition, he worked at management consultancy firm McKinsey & Co earlier in his career. 

Abraham said: ‘The coming changes in the healthcare sector will involve faster, more direct, and more innovative ways of looking after patients, and Tony’s guidance and experience will help us to grasp the many opportunities that lie ahead.’

Graff starts his role on Monday (21 January).

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