Leicester, Leicestershire and Rutland (LLR) ICB has appointed Caroline Trevithick as its interim chief executive officer.
Currently the ICB’s chief nursing officer and deputy chief executive, Trevithick, has extensive knowledge of the LLR system.
Trevithick will begin her new role on 23 November and will replace Andy Williams, following his
decision to retire.
She has held a variety of senior leadership positions in healthcare settings, at local, regional and national level for more than 20 years and in July 2021, was awarded an Honorary Doctorate by Loughborough University for her leadership of the LLR covid vaccination programme.
She said: ‘I am delighted to be taking up this role and look forward to working with
colleagues and system partners to continue to build on the great work already taking place for
the benefit of the people who live and work across our diverse communities.’
David Sissling, LLR ICB chair said: ‘Caroline has vast experience of the local area and of working with our partners. She demonstrated during the interview her dedication and passion for working with staff, patients and the public to shape great healthcare for all.
‘I look forward to working with Caroline to build on the great work happening with all our
partners and stakeholders to help deliver better health and care services and outcomes for
Andy Williams, the current chief executive of LLR ICB added: ‘I am really pleased for
Caroline, and I know she will bring all her drive and passion to this role. I have really enjoyed
working with her over the last four years and I wish her every success for the future.’