Our Organisation

NHS Lothian provides a comprehensive range of primary, community-based and acute hospital services for the populations of Edinburgh, Midlothian, East Lothian and West Lothian.

NHS Lothian provides services for the second largest residential population in Scotland - circa 850,000 people. It employs approximately 24,000 staff.

At NHS Lothian we believe that working together across all areas of the health service is the best way to provide care for patients. Through an innovative programme of modernisation, we are developing into a single integrated health system.

Patients and staff are benefiting from the creation of a more streamlined, patient-centred structure and from our more integrated approach to planning and delivering healthcare services.

Corporate Management Team Members

Mr Tim Davison, Chief Executive
Mr Jim Crombie, Deputy Chief Executive
Miss Tracey Gillies, Medical Director
Mrs Susan Goldsmith, Director of Finance
Professor Alison McCallum, Director of Public Health & Health Policy
Professor Alex McMahon, Executive Director Nursing, Midwifery and Allied Health Professionals 
Mrs Janis Butler, Director of Human Resources and Organisational Development
Dr Simon Watson, Chief Quality Officer
Ms Jacquie Campbell, Chief Officer, Acute Hospital Services
Mr David Small, Chief Officer Health and Social Care, East Lothian
Mr Jim Forrest, Chief Officer West Lothian Joint Integration Board
Ms Michelle Miller, Interim Chief Officer Health and Social Care, Edinburgh
Mr Allister Short, Chief Officer Health and Social Care, Midlothian
Mr Douglas Weir, Corporate Services Manager

Last Reviewed: 26/10/2017