Jeremy Taylor is chief executive of National Voices, the national coalition of health and care charities for England. He joined in 2009 - a year after its launch - and has grown National Voices’ reputation as a strong and independent champion for patients, carers and the voluntary sector.
Jeremy is regularly called upon as a representative, expert advisor, writer, commentator and speaker on patient issues. He has featured for the last three years in the Health Service Journal annual list of 100 people with the greatest influence in health and is also listed in the Local Government Chronicle/Health Service Journal list of 50 people doing the most to promote more integrated care. Among his current commitments he is a member of the BMJ advisory board and the London Health Commission under Lord Darzi.
Jeremy joined the voluntary sector in 2007 and was previously a senior official at HM Treasury.