Ian Wylie

Ian Wylie has been Chief Executive of the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists since September 2010.  Previously he was head of clinical planning for the Hospital Authority in Hong Kong and has a long career in health service development, health policy and general management in the UK. 

He began his NHS career developing services for homeless people in central London and moved to specialise in primary care development and hospital re-organisation in NE London. After working in Oxford on management reforms of the 1990s he moved into health policy and external affairs as a director of the King's Fund health think tank, before becoming the first non-clinical CEO of the British Dental Association.

He was also CEO of the TreeHouse Trust.  Ian Wylie is a graduate of Oxford University from where he also gained a DPhil and he has published books on the poetry and thought of Coleridge.  He is a Fellow of the Royal Society of Medicine, a former chair of Thames Vale Youth Orchestra and trustee of Crouch End Festival Chorus, and is currently a member of the parish council in Oxfordshire, where he lives.

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