Matthew joined Imperial College Healthcare to lead the Trust’s redevelopment programme in 2020. Plans include redeveloping St Mary’s in Paddington to be net zero and to fulfil its potential to be one of the most advanced, research-led, major trauma and acute hospitals in the world. Plans are also underway for refurbishment and redevelopment of the Trust’s Charing Cross and Hammersmith hospitals which will also lower the Trust’s carbon footprint, helping it become a net-zero carbon exemplar.
Matt has nearly twenty years’ experience delivering major complex healthcare projects in London with a total value of circa £2bn. Matthew’s first executive role was Redevelopment Director at Barts Health delivering the £1.2bn new hospital programme creating the 750-bed major trauma Royal London Hospital and specialist cancer and cardiac centre at Barts. Matthew moved to GOSH in 2012 undertaking the master planning for the site and delivering phases 2 and 3 of the redevelopment. Prior to joining the NHS Matthew worked at Partnerships UK (now the IPA) working on the procurement of major government infrastructure projects.