Who's Who

Dr Margaret Sanderson, Chair

Dr Sanderson has been chair since the CCG was authorised in 2013 and is also Clinical Lead for both Women and Children and Ophthalmology. She is also chair of the Council of Members.

Dr Sanderson trained at Leicester University Medical School, qualifying in 1983, and pursued a career in Obstetrics and Gynaecology before General Practice. She moved to North Lincolnshire in 1992 to join Trent View Medical Practice in Keadby as a partner, where she continues to practice.

She holds special interests in Mental Health, Contraception and Gynaecology and Sexual Health and has also been involved in the shared care management of substance misuse, holding the part one qualification for this from the RCGP.

Emma Latimer, Chief Offcer for Interim Period

Emma joined NHS North Lincolnshire Clinical Commissioning Group as its Chief Officer for an interim period on November 6 2017. She continues her role as Chief Officer for NHS Hull CCG which she has led since its establishment in 2013. 

Emma’s 27 year career in the NHS spans senior management in the ambulance service, hospital and community and health care commissioning.

Her track record for inspirational leadership across organisational boundaries and region-wide transformation programmes saw her appointed as Leader of the Humber Coast and Vale Sustainability and Transformation Plan (STP) in 2016.  The STP brings together 20 organisations including CCGs, local authorities and providers serving an estimated 1.4 million people.


Emma Sayner, Chief Finance Officer

Emma Sayner has spent more than ten years in senior finance leadership roles and four years as Chief Finance Officer (as well as being Deputy Chief Officer) for NHS Hull Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG), taking forward a wide range of service developments and strategic programmes.

Emma entered the NHS at the beginning of her career after completing the NHS Graduate Financial Management Training Scheme in 2000.  In 2014 she undertook a six-month secondment covering the Yorkshire and Humber Director of Finance post at NHS England.

Emma is always striving to find ways of doing better with the available resources and is passionate about ensuring finance is at the heart of enabling change and driving value for money across all sectors of Health and Care.  

She currently fulfils a key role in the Humber, Coast and Vale Sustainability and Transformation Plan (STP). Emma’s skills, drive and motivation has brought together financial leads across the STP ‘footprint’ to reach agreement around the scale of the financial challenge and programme of work. She is well respected as a valuable source of knowledge and a mentor to many people in and out of the NHS.

She is an Associate Member of the Chartered Institute of Management Accountants (ACMA) and holds a Bachelor of Arts Honours Degree.

Catherine Wylie, Director of Nursing and Quality

Catherine trained as a Registered General Nurse at Stobhill General Hospital, Glasgow, qualifying in 1980. She continued her career by training as a midwife at The Queen Mother's Hospital in Glasgow and remained there a number of
years, working her way up to become a Senior Labour Ward Sister. She moved to Lincolnshire in 1995 to take up the post of Clinical Midwife Specialist and later Head of Midwifery at Scunthorpe General Hospital.

Catherine developed a specialist interest in NHS risk and quality which led to her role as Associate Director of Risk and Quality for East Lincolnshire PCT. She then became General Manager for the East Lindsey area of Lincolnshire, within the Lincolnshire Community Health Services NHS Trust, with responsibility for the provision of community health services and management of two community hospitals.

Dr Richard Shenderey, Secondary Care Consultant

Dr Shenderey is a consultant with Airedale NHS Foundation Trust in the general medicine department, specialising in Gastroenterology and Hepatology. He qualified from the University of Newcastle upon Tyne in 1999 and has worked across the North-East and Yorkshire. His main areas of interest include Inflammatory bowel disease, liver disease including treatment of hepatitis C, and nutrition. He is clinical lead at Airedale for gastroenterology.

Dr Andrew Lee, GP Member
Dr Lee qualified from the University of Sheffield in 1983. He has practised as a GP in Scunthorpe since 1987, jointly founding the West Common Lane Teaching Practice where he provides teaching and supervision. He is also a GP appraiser for NHS England, and plays an active role on a range of advisory groups.

Dr Lee has a special interest in headache, and runs a special clinic for this area of medicine for referred patients.

He is the CCG's Clinical Lead for Primary Care Development and Musculoskeletal, and Vice Chair of the CCG's Council of Members.

Dr Faisel Baig, GP Member

Dr Faisel Baig is the clinical lead for Mental Health and Dementia, and previously led Urgent Care. He also provides the GP input into the Mental Health workstream of the Humber, Coast and Vale STP.

Dr Baig grew up and was educated here in North Lincolnshire. He completed his medical training at Manchester Medical School and went on to train as a GP on the South Manchester Vocational Training Scheme. He now works locally as a locum GP.

Dr Baig has a keen interest in issues affecting sessional GPs and has represented sessional GPs at local, regional and national level, including on the BMA General Practitioners Committee (GPC). He is currently the Vice-chairman of the Scunthorpe Division of the BMA. He has a keen interest in undergraduate medical education and is a Finals Examiner, Admissions Interviewer and Small Group Tutor for The University of Sheffield Medical School. Dr Baig is also a Specialist Advisor to the Care Quality Commission (CQC) and enjoys this role as he feels it gives him an opportunity to highlight much of the great work that takes place within practices.

Dr Satpal Shekhawat, GP Member

Dr Shekhawat finished his undergraduate medical training in India in 2000. He moved to UK in 2005 and underwent GP training in Scunthorpe and completed it in 2009. Since qualifying he has been a GP partner at Kirton Lindsey Surgery and
is actively involved in local GP training programme. He has been a GP trainer for last seven years and is also Honorary HYMS tutor. 

Dr Salim Modan, GP Member

Biography to follow

Dr Neveen Samuel, GP Member

Dr Samuel has been a GP partner at Winterton practice since 2001. She is a trainer, tutor and examiner for Hull and York Medical School (HYMS) and a member of the Royal College of General Practitioners (RCGP)  

Dr Samuel has diplomas in elderly care, Obstetrics and Gynaecology, Child Health and family planning.  She has a special interest in stroke and geriatric medicine and is her practice lead for clinical governance, dispensary/staffing lead and training and education. She established community geriatic and fall services.

Dr Samuel who is married with three grown up children came from Sudan in 1991.

Ian Reekie, Lay Member, Joint Commissioning 

Ian is a retired local authority chief leisure officer who in 2008 was appointed as a non-executive director of the former North Lincolnshire PCT before taking on the role of the CCG's patient and public engagement lay member in 2012.

During 2016/17 he relinquished the patient engagement brief to take on responsibility for lay oversight of primary care commissioning. Ian has also served as a community member on various National Institute for Health and Care
Excellence (NICE) guideline development groups and is currently a lay member on the NICE Quality Standards Advisory Committee.

Janice Keilthy, Lay Member, Public and Patient Involvement 

Janice is the former Deputy Principal at a local general further education college with higher education and has worked at a senior level in both the public and private sector Janice has a particular interest in the North Lincolnshire area, having graduated from a local university and lectured across the Humberside area and internationally about best practise in Lincolnshire education.

She has lived and worked in Lincolnshire for almost all of her career and takes a very active role in community activity.

Heather McSharry, Lay Member, Equality and Inclusion 

Heather McSharry joined the CCG board as a lay member in November 2016. She holds the role of lay member for Equality and Diversity. Her working background has been in disability support and local authority services to adults. Around her part time CCG role she is a full time mum.

Erika Stoddart, Lay Member, Governance

Erika Stoddart is currently Director of Resources for Ongo the main Housing Association in North Lincolnshire.  She is a qualified management accountant and has a particular interest in risk and governance.  Erika has worked in the Private, Public and the Charitable Sectors in her career to date.  She is the Lay member for Governance and the Chair of the Audit Committee.

Richard Young,  Director of Commissioning (Non Voting Member)

Richard was appointed as Director of Commissioning in April 2017 but had joined the CCG in an interim capacity in July the previous year. He has more than 25 years' experience in the NHS and has operated at Executive and Head of Service level in
commissioning organisations for over 15 years - mostly in Birmingham and the Black Country.

He has particular interests in Learning Disability services, Urgent Care and Community Services. Before joining the CCG, he was Strategic Planning Lead at Camden CCG and prior to that worked as Better Care Fund Programme Director at Enfield CCG as a joint appointment with the Local Authority. From 2011 - 2014, he was Director Of Strategy & Solutions at Wolverhampton CCG.

He also served as an elected Council Member in Sandwell for 14 years with executive roles in finance, housing and policy, finally ending up as Deputy Leader before 'retiring' to concentrate on his career.

Penny Spring, Director of Public Health (non voting member)

Dr Robert Jaggs-Fowler, CStJ MBBS LLM MA FRCGP FRSA MFMLM, Medical Director

Dr Jaggs-Fowler qualified in 1985 from the Charing Cross Hospital Medical School, London, and is a Fellow of the Royal College of General Practitioners. A former Major in the Royal Army Medical Corps, he became a GP Principal in 1990 and, until January 2016, was senior partner in a large rural, dispensing, teaching practice in Barton upon Humber.


Julie Warren, Turnaround Director