From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Sir Robert Naylor is the Chief Executive of University College London Hospitals (UCLH) NHS Foundation Trust
Naylor has been a Chief Executive in the NHS for 24 years and has been Chief Executive of UCLH since November 2000. UCLH is one of the largest NHS Trusts, comprising six hospitals in central London. It is a founder member of the recently accredited UCL Partners, an Academic Health Science Centre designated by the Department of Health.
Naylor has been an advisor to various strategy groups associated with healthcare reform. He is particularly interested in organisational development as a means of empowering clinical teams and promoting leadership skills. He has been a chairman of a number of National and Regional committees and is a Senior Associate Fellow at the University of Warwick, Institute of Governance and Public Management.
Sir Robert Naylor was Knighted in the New Year Honours 2008.
In March 2009, Naylor made headlines when he was named by the Daily Mail as the best-paid NHS chief executive: "The highest paid chief executive was Robert Naylor at University College Hospital trust in London. His pay soared to £230,000 - a rise of 30 per cent in a year." Description above from the Wikipedia article Robert Naylor, licensed under CC-BY-SA,full list of contributors on Wikipedia.