Marcine Waterman joined Ashford and St Peter’s Hospitals NHS Foundation Trist in the role of Non-Executive Director in 2018 and was appointed as Deputy Chairman later that same year. Marcine brings over 30 years’ experience in public finance to the role, so she is skilled in helping public sector organisations achieve good governance and value for money.
Her early career experience was in American politics, working for the White House and Ernst and Young (USA). The was followed by over 20 years at the UK’s Audit Commission in a range of high profile roles, culminating in her appointment as Controller of Audit (Chief Executive). In this role she oversaw the successful closure of the organisation in March 2015, before being appointed as the first Chief Executive of the Single Source Regulations Office (the new economic regulator for defence procurement).
She lives locally in Worplesdon and said: “I am pleased to have been appointed as the Deputy Chairman of ASPH. Since joining the Trust, I have been so impressed with all the staff that I have met, and their hard work and commitment to provide outstanding patient care. It’s an exciting time to be part of the ASPH team and contributing to the delivery of the strategy.”
Marcine is the chair of the Audit & Risk Committee and is the Non-Executive Lead for the ASPH Healing Arts Programme.
Marcine said: “I am passionate about championing the Healing Arts at ASPH. The arts, in their widest sense have a positive impact on clinical, emotional and social outcomes for our patients and staff. The arts can help to keep us well, aid our recovery and support long lives better lived. We have just started on this journey, but we have ambitious plans to integrate the arts into the delivery of our services and the fabrics of our buildings.”