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HCA names new chief executive

Anneliese Cameron will take over from Julia Cook in January

edit-Anneliese-CameronThe Healthcare Communications Association (HCA) has appointed Anneliese Cameron as new chief executive.

Cameron will assume the position in the new year when current chief executive Julia Cook formally hands over the role at HCA's Annual General Meeting on January 22.

Stephen Whitehead, HCA President and CEO of the ABPI, said: “I am certain that Anneliese is more than up to the task ahead of her and will bring new opportunities and challenges for the HCA. I look forward to working with her in helping further develop the role and operation of the organisation.”

Cameron has been involved in healthcare for more than a decade, working at PMLiVE's publisher the PMGroup. There she served as operations and awards director, where she was responsible for the Communiqué Awards programme and the establishment of the Quality in Care (QiC) programme, which brings together key stakeholders from across the healthcare sector.

She later held the position of general manager for the PM Society and currently operates as an independent consultant at Teasel Consulting.

Julia Cook, current HCA chief executive, said: “I am delighted that Anneliese will be taking over the reins of HCA chief executive when I step down in January.

“I look forward to working with her in the coming months to ensure a seamless handover and, indeed, to keeping involved with specific projects for this pivotal organisation as appropriate.”

4th September 2014

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