Bill Maher

Bill Maher

CEO, Bon Secours Health System

Biography

 

Bill Maher was previously CEO for the RCSI Hospitals Group incorporating Beaumont Hospital, Our Lady of Lourdes Hospital Drogheda, Louth County Hospital, Cavan and Monaghan Hospital, Rotunda Hospital with RCSI as academic partner and CEO of the Galway and Roscommon University Hospital Group, now Saolta. The Hospital Group was established to deliver improved performance and effectiveness in the safe delivery of acute hospital services as the first step in the formation of a Hospital Trust as part of the Government’s reform of the health service.

Bill who is originally from Tullow, Co Carlow, was previously Acting CEO of St Vincent’s University Hospital. Before joining St Vincent’s University Hospital in 2006, Bill worked for 16 years with the NHS in a career spanning mental health services, senior management at City Hospitals Sunderland (an Acute Trust providing a wide range of hospital services such as A&E, surgical and medical specialties, therapy services, maternity and paediatric care. Bill helped establish Sunderland as the first NHS Trust before moving on to North of Tyne Commissioning Consortium which had a staff of 8,000 people and a budget of £1.2bn.

Bill has an MBA, an MSC in Health Information and is currently studying towards a BA (Hons) in Law. Bill is passionate about Patient Care and Performance Management and looks to build strong relationships with all stakeholders to deliver sustainable service improvement.

All session by Bill Maher

Workshop 1

by Alina Mahi

09.00

Workshop 2

by kevin grace

09.00

Workshop 3

09.00

SRS for multiple brain mestastases

by John Flickinger

10.05

Role of WBRT in the era of SRS

by Paul Kelly

10.25

Q & A panel discussion

by John Flickinger Paul Kelly Christopher Mascott TBC

11.30

Case presentation

by Ana Santos

13.00

Surgery

by Donal Maguire

13.10

SABR

by Aisling Murphy Cora Marshall

13.20

Proton therapy

by TBC

13.30

Non-radiation local therapies

by Ian Brennan

13.40

Q & A panel discussion

by Ana Santos Donal Maguire Aisling Murphy Cora Marshall Ian Brennan

13.50
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