HCA Healthcare UK: Maxine Estop Green
Independent hospital provider, HCA Healthcare UK, has appointed Maxine Estop Green as chief executive of The Princess Grace Hospital in London.
Estop Green has 22 years of experience in the private healthcare sector. After starting her career in finance management at Ramsay Healthcare in 2000, she moved on to become general manager of both Woodland Hospital in Kettering and The Westbourne Centre in Birmingham in 2001.
In 2010, Estop Green become hospital director of Nuffield Health’s Cambridge Hospital. During this time, she led the design, build and operation of Nuffield Health’s multimillion pound hospital in Cambridge City Centre, which opened its doors to the public in 2015. Estop Green then directed the design, build and operation of a new Nuffield Health hospital at St Barts, which was unveiled in May this year.
HCA Healthcare UK president and chief executive, John Reay said: “With such a strong legacy in direction and growth of private hospitals, we know that Maxine will be pivotal to The Princess Grace Hospital’s future and ongoing success.”
Estop Green commented: “I am beyond excited to step into the role of CEO at The Princess Grace Hospital; a facility renowned for having innovation and outstanding patient care at the heart of everything they do. I look forward to supporting and guiding The Princess Grace Hospital as it continues to excel in pioneering surgeries and techniques, and further develops in all areas of its specialties.”
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