New chief executive for Cambridge University Hospitals

Dr Keith McNeil, who led the team that carried out Australia’s first heart-lung-liver transplant, will take up his new role of Chief Executive of Cambridge University Hospitals early in the New Year. After 20 years working as a specialist physician in Australia and England, Dr McNeil started his chief executive career in 2007 at the Royal Brisbane and Women’s Hospital, a 980 bed tertiary teaching hospital, and one of the largest teaching hospitals in the Southern Hemisphere. He is now chief executive of Metro North Hospital Service in Brisbane, one of the largest health services in Australia.

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