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Haq Khan - Chief Finance & Performance Officer

Haq Khan

Contact details

Telephone:

E-mail:

Secretary:

02476 865701

Tracey.patterson@geh.nhs.uk

Tracey Patterson

Portfolio

  • Finance
  • Strategic Estates Partnerships

  • Transformation

  • Senior Information Risk Owner (SIRO)

  • Procurement

  • Clinical coding

  • Trust Information Team

Responsibilities

Chief Finance & Performance Officer 

Haq Khan is Chief Finance & Performance Officer   for George Eliot Hospital NHS Trust. Haq joined the  Trust from Worcester Acute Hospitals NHS Trust on 4 December 2017

The Chief Finance & Performance Officer takes a central role in ensuring the development and governance of financial strategies and policies to support the delivery of patient care for the Trust Board.  A key member of the Trust Board’s Executive Team, providing advice on all matters of financial and charitable fund management, probity and governance. 

The Chief Finance & Performance Officer  leads discussions with commissioners on behalf of the Trust to establish robust contractual arrangements for Trust Services; this includes all service level agreements (SLAs) and the nursing and midwifery bursary (NMB) contracts.

They provide effective and professional leadership to the Finance and Performance Directorate.

The post holds specific responsibility as the executive lead for the performance framework, planning and finance management. The Chief Finance & Performance Officer  acts as the Lead Executive in support of the Chairs of the Audit Committee and the Finance and Performance Committee.

The Chief Finance & Performance Officer  has responsibility for the Strategic Estates Partnerships (SEP) estates planning and transformation, and is the Senior Information Responsible Officer (SIRO) for procurement, clinical coding and the Trust information team. 

Biography

Haq joins the Trust from Worcester Acute Hospitals NHS Trust where he has served as Director of Performance and Deputy Director of Finance.

Haq, a qualified accountant and graduate of Bangor University, has also held senior finance roles at the University Hospital of North Staffordshire and the Heart of England Foundation Trust. He is familiar with the area having previously worked in Nuneaton for North Warwickshire Primary Care Trust.