Finnamore strengthens clinical team27th January 2010
Finnamore, the largest independent specialist healthcare consultancy, has appointed clinicians Shirani Rajapaksa and Sam Shah to its consultancy team.
London-based Rajapaksa and Shah will join Finnamore’s rapidly growing team of 59 consultants to further increase the company’s level of clinical expertise.
Shirani Rajapaksa, a medical registrar with specialist training in haematology and endocrinology, has worked as a clinician in various acute Trusts across the country, including United Bristol Healthcare Trust, Nottingham University Hospitals NHS Trust and Gwent Healthcare NHS Trust. She joins the team as consultant and with a clinical advisory role.
Sam Shah was a clinician and is a health economist that has worked across the South East in general practice and developing primary care strategies for a number of organisations. He will now have a consultancy and advisory role on health improvement, performance improvement, clinical effectiveness, cost effectiveness and social marketing.
Managing director, John Deverill, said of the appointment: “Finnamore is developing an excellent reputation across the public and private health sector, and we believe that the key to our success is our strong combination of commercial and clinical expertise, which give our clients confidence in the deliverablity of our strategies”.
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