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The Royal Devon and Exeter Hospital welcomes Peter Dillon as a new Non-Executive Director
Peter Dillon has joined the Royal Devon and Exeter Hospital NHS Foundation Trust’s governing board as a new Non-Executive Director.


Peter, who lives in in the Mid Devon village of Iddesleigh, took up his three-year appointment on 29 July 2013.  He trained as a chartered accountant and has experience of working in a variety of sectors including technology, logistics, automotive and health services.


Over the past nine years Peter has worked as an independent consultant, bringing his experience and expertise to a wide range of roles in financial management. Previously, he was a Director at Deloitte, having covered both Corporate Finance and Corporate Recovery, and has worked in the United States, Europe and on Asia-related projects as well as the UK.

 

Peter is also a Non-Executive Director of Westco Properties Limited, a subsidiary of Devon & Cornwall Housing Limited, which specialises in social and affordable housing development and management in SW England, and assists as voluntary Treasurer of Exbourne Pre-school in Devon.

 

In addition to his professional qualification, Peter holds a BSc (Hons) in Computer Science & Accounting by the Victoria University of Manchester and an MPhil in Playwriting Studies from Birmingham University.

 

James Brent, Chairman of the RD&E, said ‘I am very pleased to welcome Peter to the Board of Directors.  He brings a great wealth of experience and expertise which complements the skills of existing board members and will enable him to play an important part in developing a strong future for the Royal Devon & Exeter Hospital NHS Foundation Trust’.


Peter Dillon said: ‘As a Devon resident, the provision of high quality hospital services is very important to me and I am delighted to being joining the Board of Directors of an organisation where I feel I can make a real difference to the health and wellbeing of the local population’.


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For further information, please contact Pauline Malins in the Royal Devon and Exeter NHS Foundation Trust communications team on 01392 402833.

 

 

 

 

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