Dr Richard Tyler (Chief Executive Officer)

Richard Tyler joined Horder Healthcare as Chief Executive Officer in November 2016. Richard’s previous post was as CEO of Queen Victoria Hospital, (QVH) East Grinstead, where he achieved an “Outstanding” rating for patient care as part of the 2016 CQC inspection. Richard has over 25 years of healthcare experience in a wide variety of settings, the last ten of which have been at board level. Richard lives locally with his wife Rachael and is a keen fisherman.

Rachel Dixon (Operations Director)

Rachel joined Horder Healthcare in April 2008 as Director of Clinical Services and in 2017 was appointed to the role of Operations Director. Rachel trained as a nurse at St. Thomas’ Hospital, London and has worked within the NHS and Independent sector in senior management positions having spent 5 years as a Matron for BUPA hospitals and a further 8 years with Nuffield Hospitals. Rachel has a particular interest in governance, quality and risk management and leads Horder Healthcare’s Clinical Excellence programme.

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