Adam Doyle is Chief Accountable Officer (Chief Executive) for NHS Brighton and Hove CCG, NHS Coastal West Sussex CCG, NHS Crawley CCG, NHS High Weald Lewes Havens CCG and NHS Horsham and Mid-Sussex CCG, and took up his post across the Central Sussex Commissioning Alliance on 1 January 2018. Prior to that Adam was the Chief Accountable Officer for Brighton and Hove CCG.
He has held a number of senior healthcare roles over the past ten years in both the public and private sector as a commissioner and a provider of healthcare services. Before working in Sussex, Adam was the Chief Accountable Officer at NHS Merton CCG in London. Adam was with NHS Merton CCG from its establishment in 2013 and focused on integrating health and care in a community setting. Prior to this role Adam was the Director of Private Care and Community Services at The Royal Marsden NHS Foundation Trust.
Adam leads the executive team within the Central Sussex Commissioning Alliance and has the responsibility for ensuring the organisation operates well. Adam works closely with the individual Clinical Chairs and Governing Bodies of the four CCG to ensure that plans to meet the local needs of each of the populations are are in place.