Robin Snead is George Eliot Hospital NHS Trust's Chief Operating Officer. Robin joined the Trust in May 2022.
The Chief Operating Officer is responsible for co-ordinating and delivering performance against national and local clinical operational and performance standards. The Chief Operating Officer is responsible for ensuring that there is an operational structure in place which has the capacity and capability to lead services to deliver against these standards. This role provides high profile leadership which adheres to the core values of the Trust, with responsibility for ensuring the delivery of safe and high quality patient care by each of the clinical divisions and directorates through a robust system of planning, service delivery and performance management.
The Chief Operating Officer is responsible for the leadership of service development, elective and emergency care transformation and productivity and efficiency. The Chief Operating Officer has a key role to play in integration with the wider health and social care system to ensure it is fully developed in line with the overarching corporate strategy.
The Chief Operating Officer leads on estates, facilities and security management, hotel services, health and safety, mental health, radiation protection and emergency preparedness.
(Non-voting George Eliot Hospital NHS Trust Board member)