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Professor Frank Clark

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Professor Frank Clark,  CBE, MHSM, DipHSM. Director, Strathcarron Hospice, since 1996; Chairman, Forth Valley NHS Board, 2001-02; Honorary Professor, University of Stirling, since 1997; Visiting Professor, Glasgow Caledonian University, since 1993; b. 17.10.46, Aberdeen; m., Linda Margaret; 2 d.

Educated: Aberdeen Academy.

Greater Glasgow Health Board: Assistant District Administrator, 1977-81, District General Administrator, 1981-83; Lanarkshire Health Board: Director of Administrative Services, 1983-84, Secretary, 1984-85; General Manager, Lanarkshire Health Board, 1985-96; Chairman, Scottish Health Board General Managers Group, 1993-95 (Vice-Chairman, 1995-97); Non-Executive Director, VAMW Homes Ltd. and VAMW Training, since 1997; Board Member, New Lanarkshire Ltd., 1994-98; Member, Council of Management, Scottish Partnership Agency, 1998-2001 (Deputy Chairman, 1999-2001); Chairman, Scottish Hospices, 1998-2001; Member, Help the Hospices 1HRC, 1998-2001; Chairman: Central Scotland Healthcare NHS Trust, 1999, Forth Valley Primary Care NHS Trust, 1999; Member, Forth Valley Health Board, 1999; President, Rotary Club of Cumbemauld, 2000; member of ministerial advisory panel reviewing management and decision-making in NHS Scotland, 2002; Honorary Treasurer, Scottish Partnership for Palliative Care, 2002-03 (Chairman, 2003); Chairman, Delivery Group, Scottish Academy for Health Policy and Management, 2003.

Recreations: reading; music; gardening; driving; swimming; DIY; poetry.

Address: (b.) Strathcarron Hospice, Randolph Hill, Denny FK6 5HJ; T.-1324 826222



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