Elected as Trustee in 2016 and Vice Chair in 2021
George moved to Pinner with his wife and four children in the mid-seventies and has always been an enthusiastic supporter of the NHS in general and the Pinn Medical Centre in particular. Much of his working life was spent in the civil service in the Department of Health, where he worked on NHS funding; on professional matters and pay for physiotherapists, radiographers and other health professionals; and on health policy for elderly people. On leaving the civil service he pursued a second career in management consultancy in the reform of public administration – the great majority of which was spent in Eastern Europe and in developing countries in Africa. George was secretary
of the Pinn Medical Centre Patients’ Association from 2016 to 2021.