BMI Healthcare announces the appointment of Paul McPartlan as the new Executive Director of BMI The Princess Margaret Hospital in Windsor, Berkshire.
Paul’s move to BMI The Princess Margaret Hospital complements an already impressive career. Paul is no stranger to BMI Healthcare as he is also Executive Director at BMI The Runnymede Hospital in Chertsey. Paul took up the position there last Autumn and will now oversee the smooth running of both hospitals. Previously, Paul had a successful period as Executive Director of BMI Three Shires Hospital in Northampton.
Paul, a father of four, has a wealth of commercial and financial experience gained across several industry sectors. Many of Paul’s previous roles have had a strong sales and operational focus, primarily in private healthcare for Nuffield Heath and Ramsey Healthcare. He brings a strong commercial focus from the leisure industry, where he has worked for Whitbread, David Lloyd Leisure and Nuffield Health and Wellbeing. Paul’s most recent role was a successful spell as Manager of Peterborough’s private hospital, The Fitzwilliam.
Paul’s strategic experience gained across different private healthcare organisations will allow him to work closely with consultants and the hospital’s staff. This will further improve BMI The Princess Margaret Hospital’s services while developing the hospital’s relationships with local NHS providers and commissioners. Paul will lead BMI The Princess Margaret Hospital through an exciting yet challenging time with a strong partnership with The Royal Berkshire NHS Foundation Trust.
BMI The Princess Margaret Hospital provides private patient services as well as an option for NHS patients to be treated through the choose and book network.
Paul said: ‘I’m delighted to be joining BMI The Princess Margaret Hospital. It’s a great opportunity to work in a hospital that has an established reputation with excellent facilities, but somewhere I know I can use my skills to build and develop new services and pathways. I also believe we can create an environment where best practice is shared across both hospitals.’