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Westfield Health strengthens its leadership team creating its platform to drive business change

Photo L-R back line: Paul Shires, Steven Pugh, David Capper, Jason Hogan, Tony Mucci
Photo L-R front line: Dave Carrick, Máire O’Riordan, Donna Griffiths, Andrew Radi

Leading health and wellbeing provider, Westfield Health, has implemented a significant restructure to its leadership team, marking its growth and ambition to become the go to provider of workplace wellbeing in the UK.

Following his promotion to Chief Executive Officer in August 2018, David Capper has announced an executive layer to the leadership team by introducing six new roles, including a Director of Business Transformation.

The new structure includes four promotions of current staff including; Jason Hogan to Chief Financial Officer and Deputy CEO, and Andrew Radi as Chief Operations Officer, responsible for overseeing customer service, IT, business simplification and programme management. Máire O’Riordan is now Director of Strategic Planning & Insight, who will be supporting the CFO and CEO in developing the group’s strategic business plan, and Paul Shires has been promoted to MD of UK Healthcare – with an objective to drive business growth.

As well as the promotions internally, Capper has hired two recruits; Stephen Pugh as Director of Business Transformation, who has over 30 years of financial services experience and was the CEO of UK Healthcare for almost 10 years. Stephen will be applying his extensive knowledge and experience to drive the reduction of business complexity and support accelerated business growth.

Tony Mucci joins the leadership team as Director of Marketing. He is responsible for delivering the organisation’s marketing strategy and communicating its proposition, which is to design exceptional health and wellness programmes, delivered by experts in areas including mental health resilience, physical activity, nutrition and sleep.

David Capper says: “The restructure and growth of the leadership team provides the foundations for us to transform our business, and allows us to continue our drive to become a market leader in health and wellbeing, with a streamlined approach.

“At Westfield Health, we make a healthy difference to the quality of life of our customers and the wider communities in which they live and work. The introduction of these hires and new roles is in-line with this ethos, and I believe we now have a leadership team that is as strong as it can be. Collectively we have an extensive knowledge, skillset and passion, which I believe will inspire everyone in the organisation to deliver our vision.”

For more information, visit: https://www.westfieldhealth.com/aboutus