Adrian Capp is Head of Therapy at The National Hospital for Neurology & Neurosurgery, University College London Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust.
He qualified as a physiotherapist from Pinderfields College of Physiotherapy in 1994 following which he worked in the North West of England and then in New Zealand. He joined UCLH in 2001 as a senior physiotherapist in neurosurgery followed by a range of clinical and senior health management roles. In 2005 he graduated with a MSc in Adult Critical Care from Imperial College London.
Adrian was involved in the implementation of the London Stroke Strategy and has been a member of both the London Strategic Clinical Network for Stroke and the NHSE Specialist Commissioning Clinical Reference Group for Specialist Rehabilitation.
Recently Adrian has been involved in the implementation of an electronic health record system to support transformational care provision and has an interest in digital health, technology and informatics to improve care delivery both within organisations and across healthcare systems.
As an active supporter of the allied health professional agenda Adrian is keen to raise the profile of how allied health professionals can transform the delivery of care within the NHS and to challenge traditional ways of working and historical boundaries.
Working with NCL ICB as a Clinical Lead for Camden with a focus on mental health.