Join Kea New Zealand for the second event in our "Breakfast In The City" series.
Oamaru born Sir Malcolm Grant CBE, was appointed by the UK Prime Minister to be the founding chairman of NHS England when it was set up as an independent body in 2011. He recently completed a 7 year term as chairman and joins us to reflect on his time in the role.
Victoria Macdonald, award winning Channel 4 News Health and Social Care Correspondent, will lead us in this conversation.
Breakfast is held at The Don in The Courtyard of St Swithin's Ln, with thanks to our hosts Robyn and Robert Wilson.
Thursday 6th December
7.30am Welcome coffee and pastries, networking
8.00am Seated breakfast
8.30am Conversation with Sir Malcolm Grant CBE
9.00am Question time
9.30am Event close