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Janene Madden

Chief Executive Officer

Janene's background

Janene is Chief Executive Officer of London Bridge Hospital and has held the post since January 2017. Janene completed her training and worked as a clinical physiotherapist in New Zealand. She then travelled to England where she worked in a variety of NHS and private sector positions, climbing the ranks to Hospital Manager. During her progression she completed an MBA at Henley Management College. Janene joined HCA in 2006 as Chief Operating Officer at The Wellington Hospital and was promoted to Chief Executive Officer of The Portland Hospital in 2009.

 

Janene is responsible for the safe and successful operation of all aspects of the hospital including its growth and strategic direction. London Bridge Hospital’s campus includes London Bridge Hospital, HCA Healthcare UK Outpatients and Diagnostics at the Shard, Private Care at Guy’s and five Outpatients and Diagnostics Centres spanning the City, Canary Wharf and Sevenoaks. London Bridge Hospital is rated ‘Outstanding’ by the CQC.

 

“Here at London Bridge Hospital we continue the evolution of healthcare and build on the legacy of its pioneers. We do this by supporting all those who lead their fields in medicine today, in order that our patients are safer, and health outcomes, better. Great medicine is a result of teamwork, and always learning and improving on what’s gone before. In the last 50 years we’ve seen extraordinary breakthroughs become ordinary and everyday. So every day our purpose is to be and deliver extraordinary – from the medicine, to the care and human kindness.”

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