Chief Clinical Officer, Eastern AHSN (Academic Health Science Network)
Jag provides clinical governance oversight into Eastern AHSN’s programmes of work and is a strong and passionate advocate for the potential of technology to deliver better care and more effective services.
Following undergraduate and postgraduate training in Cambridge, London and Melbourne, Jag was appointed as a consultant in new-born intensive care at Cambridge University Hospitals (CUH) in 1996 and was in active practice until 2012. He was also the executive medical director at CUH for nearly 10 years with a very wide-ranging portfolio. Jag was then director of digital at the trust, supporting the development of the IT infrastructure and services needed for patients and staff, including an integrated electronic patient record. He has held a number of senior leadership roles in clinical and leadership domains at regional and national level.
He has been an honorary fellow of the Judge Business School since 2018, where he holds an executive MBA in business administration, is a non-executive director at Royal Papworth Hospital NHS Foundation Trust and a Trustee at Macmillan Cancer Support. He also remains actively engaged in postgraduate medical education.