New Chair for North Middlesex University Hospital NHS Trust

NHS England and Improvement has announced the appointment of Cedi Frederick as the new Chair of the Trust Board at the North Middlesex University Hospital NHS Trust.

Cedi Frederick will be replacing Dr Peter Carter who has been the Trust’s interim Chair since February 2019.

He has been serving as a non-executive director at Barnet, Enfield and Haringey Mental Health NHS Trust since April 2017, and had previously been a non-executive director at Hertfordshire Partnership University NHS Foundation Trust.

In a 40 year career in the public, not-for-profit and private sectors, Cedi has held a series of senior positions including managing director of a BME Housing Association and also chief executive of a Barnet based multi-regional charity that supports people with learning disabilities, autism and mental health problems.

Cedi is currently chief executive of La Nova Group and managing director of Article Consulting Ltd, working as a strategic coach and business mentor assisting organisations with strategy development, strategic and business planning and business development support and advice.

Cedi Frederick said “I’m delighted to have been appointed as Chair of the Trust.  I am looking forward to working with the Trust Board, staff and partner organisations to deliver the Trust’s vision of providing excellent outcomes for patients, excellent experience for patients and staff, and excellent value for money”.

Maria Kane, Chief Executive of North Middlesex University Hospital NHS Trust, said “I am really pleased to welcome Cedi Frederick as our new Chair. Cedi has a wealth of experience gained across several sectors, including neighbouring Trusts. I have had the pleasure of working with Cedi in the past and really look forward to working with him again. He has good knowledge of our local area and the population we serve.”

“I would like to thank Dr Peter Carter for taking on the role of interim chair since February 2019 and for his wise counsel in leading the Board during this period.  He has done a tremendous job and we wish Peter all the best for the future.”

Dr Peter Carter said “I have thoroughly enjoyed my time as interim Chair. I have had the pleasure to meet many staff and patients across the Trust delivering impressive services for the patients of North London. I wish Cedi Frederick well in his new role”.