Dr Na'eem Ahmed

Dr Na'eem Ahmed

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Dr Na’eem Ahmed is a former Associate Technology and Public Policy Fellow at the Tony Blair Institute. 

Na’eem served as an advisor to the Chief Executive of NHS England, Sir Simon Stevens, and as director as part of the Covid-19 response where his portfolio of work included workforce safety, supply and staff Covid-19 vaccinations.

Na’eem is a Consultant Radiologist in London and Former Trustee at Macmillan Cancer Support, Advisor at the Department for International Development, and Advisory Board member for former Mayor of London Boris Johnson’s volunteering initiative Team London. Na’eem is former Editorial Board member of the Royal College of Physicians’ Clinical Medicine and Future Healthcare Journals. 

Na’eem has written for REFORM, The Guardian, the Health Foundation, Health Services Journal, and Prospect magazine. He is currently a Health Executive in Residence at the new UCL Global Business School for Health

Na’eem has been awarded the Point of Light award by Prime Minister David Cameron and Medallist of the Order of the British Empire for services to volunteering and healthcare in the Queen’s Birthday Honours in 2019.