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    As part of the exciting transformations happening across South West London and St George’s, our Trust has been working on new plans for the redevelopment of Barnes Hospital in the Borough of Richmond.

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    Springfield moves

    This autumn our Trust will be opening two brand new mental health facilities at Springfield University Hospital in Wandsworth.

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Professor Charlotte Clark


University Non-Executive Director 

Professor Charlotte Clark became University Non-Executive Director at South West London and St George’s Mental Health NHS Trust in 2022. 

Charlotte Clark is Professor of Epidemiology in the Population Health Research Institute at St George’s, University of London. She is recognised for her expertise in the field of environmental noise effects on health (mental health, wellbeing, cardiovascular health, children's learning) and has advised the World Health Organization, DEFRA, and the UK Airport Commission on the public health impact of environmental noise. Charlotte is currently Secretary for the International Commission on Biological Effects of Noise (ICBEN).  

Charlotte is also a Fellow of the American College of Epidemiology and a Fellow of the British Psychological Society. She is currently a member of the expert advisor panel for the Independent Commission for Civil Aviation Noise (ICCAN) and recently completed a six-year term on the Research Funding Committee for the National Institute of Health Research Public Health Research Programme. She was project lead for the revision of ISO/TS 15666 - the international standard for assessing noise annoyance in local communities.


Jennifer Allan

Chief Operating Officer

Jennifer leads the successful operational delivery and improvement of all the Trust’s clinical services, having previously worked at a senior level in a number of acute and community trusts across London.

Jennifer works with her team to shape South West London mental health services around the needs of our local communities, and with system colleagues to support urgent care pathways as well as preventive strategies to support mental wellbeing. Jennifer has a particular interest in digital transformation and the positive impact digital can have on patient care. As part of the Kingston and Richmond place leadership team, Jennifer supports local priorities around mental health and in particular children’s and young people’s mental health service transformation.  


Jennifer joined the Trust in March 2020, having previously been Director of Operations at Guy’s and St Thomas’s NHS Foundation Trust where she led operationally on the Trust’s adult surgical services. While at Central London Community Healthcare NHS Trust, Jennifer led the delivery of district nursing, rapid response and rehabilitation services, and worked on empowering staff to work in a more mobile way.

Sola Afuape

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Sola Afuape was appointed in August 2016. She is a member of QSAC and is Chair of Workforce and Organisational Development committee.

Sola has over 20 years’ experience in health and social care advising, designing and implementing national and regional programmes most notably in health inequality improvements and was Chair of a national charity tackling social exclusion and health inequalities with a particular focus on Mental Health, for which she was awarded an MBE.

Sola has held a number of advisory roles across a collaboration of CCGs and worked across government within the Department of Health, Public Health England, Standing Commissioning on Carers and the Arts and more recently HMCT’s London West Advisory Committee.

She currently runs her own consultancy specialising in Strategy, Workforce & OD and Equalities and conducting independent reviews which she combines with a deep passion for patient, staff and citizen voice, co-production and systems leadership.

Sola said: “I am thrilled to have been re-appointed to this position at such an important time for the Trust, with its concerted efforts supporting and enabling our staff to undertake what are both challenging and rewarding roles. It is a privilege to work alongside my fellow Board colleagues and I am looking forward to the next three years of service, contributing to what will be an exciting time transitioning to our new hospital.”

Ann Beasley, Trust Chairman, said: “I am delighted that Sola has decided to continue in her role as Non-Executive Director. Sola has made a significant contribution to our Trust over the past five years, including in her role as co-chair of the Equality and Diversity committee.”


Vik Sagar

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Vik Sagar is a Chartered Accountant who started his career in the Corporate Finance department of Ernst & Young.

He is now a Finance Director who specialises in reviewing businesses to improve outcomes for all stakeholders. He has a particular focus on health care and the services sector.

Having always been a resident of south west London he is passionate about contributing to the local community. He joined the Trust in November 2017.

Vik is a member of the Finance & Performance Committee as well as the Audit Committee.




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