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Greenbrook Healthcare is an innovative primary care organisation focussed on delivering first class primary health care solutions. Collectively the principals of Greenbrook Healthcare have a wealth of clinical, managerial, financial, property and investment experience and expertise, as well as financial resources.

Management Team

Dr. Sally Johnson - Medical Director
  • Sally is responsible for the design of clinical systems and for clinical governance in Greenbrook. She also carries responsibility for training and education of clinicians.
  • Sally is a GP at Greenbrook’s Earl's Court Health & Wellbeing Centre, a combined GP Practice and Walk-in Centre.
  • She has a clinical interest in paediatrics (MRCP, paeds). She also has an interest in medical education and has held a number of teaching posts most recently as a GP Tutor. Her other qualifications include an MSc in medical education, MRCGP (merit) & Diploma in Family planning (DipFFP).
  • Sally has been a GP based in Surrey and the Greater London area for many years working in traditional GP practices as well as urgent care walk-in centres.

Michael Steel - Chief Executive
  • Michael is responsible for business strategy, business development and oversees the operational services.
  • 15 years of advising organisations on growth and development issues.
  • In 1998, he co-founded his own advisory business, which he built into a 30-person company in two years before it was bought by Roland Berger Strategy Consultants.
  • Michael has a Masters degree in business administration (MBA) from INSEAD, and a Masters degree in Economics from Oxford University.
Dan Annetts - Chief Operating Officer
  • Dan oversees Greenbrook’s finances, HR, IT and central operations. 
  • Previously Dan was at Virgin Media where he worked on the acquisition of Virgin Mobile and the operational integration and rebranding of ntl:Telewest to Virgin.
  • Dan also spent 7 years in business consulting, including as a founder member of a firm advising small businesses.
  • Dan has an MBA from INSEAD and a degree from Oxford University.

Non-Executive/Advisory Team

Kazia Kantor Chairman
  • Kazia is a highly experienced non-exec, CFO and finance professional.
  • She has worked at the board level of a number of public companies (Inchcape, Grand Met, Coates Viyella and Central Television) and was a non-exec on the board of Imperial College, British Rail, Somerfield and Manchester Business School.
  • FCA (Price Waterhouse), BSc. Mathematics Manchester University.
Ian Godden
  • Ian is a successful businessman and entrepreneur, currently chairman of KBC Advanced Technologies, a non-executive director of E2V and chairman of a gas production business. He is a former chief executive of SBAC and Farnborough International as well as former managing partner of strategy consultancies Booz, Allen & Hamilton and Roland Berger. He started his career with BP. MBA Stanford, California and BSc Engineering, Edinburgh.
Professor Sir Malcolm Green Strategic Medical Advisor
  • Malcolm is an advisor to Greenbrook Healthcare.
  • He was a Consultant Respiratory Physician at the Royal Brompton Hospital until his retirement in 2006. He trained at Oxford and St Thomas’s Hospital and undertook a research degree at Harvard, focusing on the small airways. He later worked on the respiratory muscles, pioneering methods for assessing their function.
  • He founded the British Lung Foundation charity to promote lung health, support patients, and raise funds for lung research. He campaigned for improved air quality and better knowledge of lung disorders.
  • Malcolm held a number of senior management roles including Director of the British Postgraduate Medical Federation, Campus Dean for Imperial College at St Mary’s Hospital, Head of the National Heart and Lung Institute and Vice-Principal in the Faculty of Medicine of Imperial College.
  • He has served on several hospital boards and a number of charities.
Peter Scott
  • Peter is founding Chairman of Medicentre, which develops premises for NHS GPs, and a committee member of the Primary Care Premises Forum.
  • He is also a trustee of the charity Whizz Kidz, the largest supplier of equipment and support for disabled children outside the NHS.
  • Peter co-founded and chaired financial information and publishing group Hemscott (formerly Hemmington Scott).
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