We are extremely busy in our emergency department so please use our services wisely.  In emergency and life-threatening cases continue to come forward as normal or call 999. 

However, if you are unsure about where to go, please call NHS 111 before coming to our emergency department who can best advise you on your next step.

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Members of the Trust Board

Meet our Trust board. 

Dr Ewen Cameron 

Chief executive

Dr Ewen Cameron qualified in medicine from the University of Cambridge in 1995.  He has worked in hospitals across the region including Addenbrooke’s, Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital, Bedford, Ipswich and Hinchingbrooke hospitals as well as the three hospitals in Leicester.

He held the post of consultant gastroenterologist at Cambridge University Hospitals (CUH) from 2007 to 2023.  Special interests include interventional endoscopy (endoscopic mucosal resection, stenting, balloon enteroscopy) and treatment of patients with late gastrointestinal effects of cancer treatments including pelvic radiotherapy.  Dr Cameron undertook postgraduate research in inflammatory bowel disease in Cambridge (MD).

At CUH he held a number of clinical leadership positions including clinical lead for endoscopy, clinical director of the bowel cancer screening centre, divisional director for medicine, executive director of improvement and transformation (responsible for continuous improvement, productivity, IT and innovation) and interim chief operating officer.

In his spare time, Dr Cameron is a keen runner, hill walker and cricketer.

Dr Paul Molyneux

Medical director


  • Consultant in neurology at West Suffolk and Cambridge University Hospitals
  • Former clinical director for specialist medicine at West Suffolk Hospital
  • Former secondary care specialist, North East Essex CCG 


  • BSc in clinical pharmacology, University of London 
  • MBBS, United Medical and Dental Schools, London 
  • Fellow of the Royal College of Physicians of London
  • MD from University of London
  • Advanced diploma in clinical hypnosis, stress management and communication skills, Birmingham City University

Sue Wilkinson, WSFT's chief nurse resizedSue Wilkinson

Chief nurse


  • Clinical nurse specialist – colorectal surgery
  • Divisional head of nursing – surgery at Cambridge University Hospitals
  • Assistant director of nursing – Cambridge University Hospitals
  • Deputy director of nursing East and North Hertfordshire acute trust


  • Registered nurse
  • BSc health care studies – including advanced practice and non medical prescribing.
  • MSc – health care management and leadership

Nicola CottingtonNicola Cottington

Chief operating officer


  • Deputy Chief Operating officer at James Paget University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust
  • Associate Director of Operations roles at West Suffolk NHS Foundation Trust and Mid Essex Hospital Trust
  • Assistant Director roles at Suffolk Community Healthcare and Bromley Healthcare


  • NHS Leadership Academy Award in Executive Healthcare Leadership (Nye Bevan programme)
  • MSc Innovation and Leadership in Health and Social care
  • BSc (Hons) Nursing (Registered Nurse)


Craig Black

Craig Black, executive director of resources

Executive director of resources 

Previous experience:

  • Executive director of resources at West Suffolk NHS Foundation Trust and Deputy CEO
  • Former director of commissioning, Cambridge University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust
  • Former deputy director of finance, Ipswich Hospital NHS Trust


  • BA (Hons) Economics, University of Leeds
  • Program for leadership development, Harvard Business School

Jeremy OverJeremy Over

Executive director of workforce and communications


  • Former chair, NHS Employers medical workforce forum
  • Former director of workforce, Norfolk and Norwich University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust
  • Twenty years within people management and development roles in the NHS
  • Has held executive roles since 2014 at the University College London Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust and the Norfolk and Norwich University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust.


  • BSc (Hons) Geography 
  • Postgraduate diploma in human resource management
  • Fellow, chartered institute of personnel and development
  • NHS Leadership Academy Nye Bevan programme

Jude Chin

Jude Chin


Current experience:

  • Chair, The Schools Network
  • Vice chair, Academies Enterprise Trust
  • Vice chair, Seckford Foundation

Previous experience:

  • Vice chair, Colchester Hospital University NHS Foundation Trust
  • Partner, KPMG

Additional responsibilities

  • Chair, improvement committee
  • Member, remuneration committee
  • Member, charitable funds committee

IMG_6836Louisa Pepper

Non-executive director

Previous experience:

  • Assistant chief constable protective services and justice
  • Head of criminal justice
  • Local policing commander Ipswich


  • CMI level 7 in strategic management and leadership


  • Member, remuneration committee
  • Member, audit committee
  • Member, charitable funds committee
  • Lead for pathology services
    5 new non-executive directors have recently started  - more details to follow


  • Antoinette Jackson
  • Dr Geraldine O'Sullivan
  • Tracy Dowling
  • Dr Roger Petter
  • Krishna Yergol
  • Michael Parsons