Dr Mike Gill is an experienced senior Medical Leader. He has been practicing as a Consultant Physician (Care of Elderly and General Medicine) since 1989.
He is a Non-Executive Director at Homerton University Hospital NHS Foundation Trust and subject matter expert for a Health Education England Frailty Clinical Fellow Programme. Mike was Interim Chair of Council of the London Clinical Senate from February 2018 to July 2019
He has many years of board level experience as a Medical Director. Most recently he was Medical Director at Health 1000: The Wellness Practice, a new type of GP surgery which looked after patients with multiple medical conditions in their own homes. The Practice also supported the care of patients in Nursing Homes.
Prior to this he had been a Medical Director for over 12 years at Newham University Hospital NHS Trust, Barking, Havering and Redbridge University Hospitals NHS Trust, Associate Medical Director at Barts Health and Interim Medical Director at the Homerton University Hospital Foundation Trust.
He was also a member of NICE Acute Medical Emergencies Guideline Committee and an elected fellow on the Council of the Royal College of Physicians 2014-17. Other roles Mike has undertaken include Joint Clinical Director for the Health for North East London programme and Honorary Clinical Director for Elderly Care at NHS London.