Calveley appointed to full-time senior position at Four Seasons


Posted on May 1st, by editor in Caring Times. No Comments

After working part-time for 10 months as primary care medical director for Four Seasons Healthcare, Dr Pete Calveley has now been appointed as chief operating officer for the company. First joining Four Seasons in November, 2005 while continuing his role as a GP and PCT director in Lincolnshire, Dr Calveley will now be responsible for all of Four Seasons care homes across England, Scotland and Northern Ireland, reporting to the Group’s chief executive Tony Heywood. Dr Calveley has extensive experience as a principal GP in a teaching practice which is involved in the training of nurse practitioners, emergency care practitioners, first contact nurses and extended role pharmacists. He has also worked as medical director of a Primary Care Trust which has delivered many new services over the past few years and achieved three star status on three occasions. This has included initiatives to deliver GP services in deprived areas through the recruitment of salaried and overseas GPs and the establishment of a single





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