Chief Executive: Paul Roberts
Mr Roberts (pictured) joined the NHS, after graduating from Oxford University in 1987, as a national management trainee based at Torbay Hospital. He undertook clinical management posts in surgical services and children's services at Torbay Hospital and the Leicester Royal Infirmary before moving to Grantham Hospital in 1993, where he was appointed as Chief Executive in 1994.
He moved to Plymouth in February 1997 as Chief Executive of Plymouth Community Services NHS Trust and to his current post as Chief Executive of Plymouth Hospitals NHS Trust in 2000.
Alexandra Howells: Alex started working in the NHS as a graduate management trainee and has held a number of senior management posts across South Wales over the last 20 years, including nine years as Director of Planning for Gwent Healthcare NHS Trust. Alex was appointed to ABMU Health Board when it was first formed in 2009, as Director of Primary, Community and Mental Health Services, and was made Chief Operating Officer in April 2012 with day to day responsibility for delivery of all clinical services within the Health Board.
Eifion Williams: Mr Williams was the former Director of Finance and Deputy Chief Executive of ABM University NHS Trust. Mr Williams was also Director of Finance at the former Bro Morgannwg NHS Trust. He joined the NHS in 1981 at the former Gwent Health Authority and has held a number of senior finance posts at several NHS Wales organisations.
Dr Pushpinder Mangat
: Interim Medical Director. Push graduated in Medicine in Birmingham in 1983 and followed a career path training in Intensive Care Medicine and Anaesthesia mostly in South Wales but with short periods in Birmingham and Cambridge. Push was appointed as a Consultant in Intensive Care Medicine and Neuroanaesthesia in Morriston NHS Trust in 1994. He was involved in the commissioning of the Cardiac Centre in Morriston Hospital from 1995 and did Cardiac Anaesthesia for 2 years from 1997.
Push became the Clinical Director of Intensive Care (Swansea NHS Trust) in 2005 and of Anaesthesia, Critical Care and Theatres (ABMU Trust) in 2008-2011. He was appointed as Assistant Medical Director in Secondary and Specialist Services in 2011.
Victoria Franklin: Mrs Franklin was formerly Director of Nursing at ABM University NHS Trust and was also the Director of Nursing at the former Bro Morgannwg NHS Trust.Mrs Franklin has been involved in a number of all-Wales nursing forums and projects.
Paul Stauber: Mr Stauber was formerly Director of Planning at ABM University NHS Trust, and was Director of Planning at the former Bro Morgannwg NHS Trust. Mr Stauber was the Project Director for the Neath Port Talbot Hospital, the largest NHS Private finance Initiative in Wales.
Debbie Morgan: Mrs Morgan was formerly Director of IM&T and Performance Improvement at ABM University NHS Trust and was also formerly Director of Information and Improvement at the old Bro Morgannwg NHS Trust. She has more than 10 years experience at Executive level in NHS Wales, and has overseen an award-winning IM&T Department at the Trust.
Andy Phillips: Andy Phillips started his career in Medical Research before leading a number of Clinical Services as a Consultant Clinical Scientist in England, Scotland and Wales. Andy joined ABMU from the Royal Berkshire NHS Foundation Trust where he served the Board as a Staff Governor.
Sara Hayes: Sara Hayes worked in general practice and community paediatrics before starting higher training in public health in 1994 and she retains her interest in children’s issues, particularly immunisation. She joined ABMU HB in February 2012, following five years at Welsh Government as Senior Medical Officer and, from October 2012, Acting Deputy Chief Medical Officer.