Spire Healthcare’s chief executive Rob Roger has been voted the most influential leader in the independent healthcare sector at the HealthInvestor Power 50 awards.
Rob (pictured above) beat an impressive line-up of the industry’s top movers and shakers in front of a packed audience at Victoria House, London on Wednesday 25 November.
The list, voted for by HealthInvestor readers, included other eminent figures in the sector such as: Joy Chamberlain, Partnerships in Care; Mike Neeb, HCA; Chai Patel, HC-One; and Tom Riall, Priory Group.
“It really is a great honour to have been voted the Most Influential Leader in the independent healthcare sector at the HealthInvestor Power 50," says Rob.
“Leadership and learning are indispensable to each other. No one will make a successful leader if they want to do it all themselves, or to get all the credit for doing it. I employ great people who are the best at what they do and I listen and learn from them every day. That is what makes Spire the business it is today and why we are here celebrating another incredible year”.
Under Rob’s leadership, Spire Healthcare continues to perform strongly in its operations, which most notably included the opening of Chelmsford Spire Specialist Care Centre earlier this month and the construction of hospitals in Manchester and Nottingham.