Kidney Care UK and its Board of Trustees are announcing that from 1 February 2019, Paddy Tabor MVO, our CEO, has decided to step down after five extremely successful years in the post. During this time, Paddy has overseen a transformation of the organisation to become the UK’s foremost kidney patient support charity. Under his leadership, the charity has experienced significant growth, the launch of a new name and brand and the development of a wide range of patient support services that have seen Kidney Care UK able to make an even greater impact in helping to improve life for kidney patients across the UK.
We are saddened to see him leave but we are very grateful for his tireless efforts in taking the charity forward at a critical time in its development.
“I am immensely excited by the tremendous work Kidney Care UK is doing” said Paddy, “to improve the lot of kidney patients across the UK, and truly heartened by how the charity is perceived by those many people affected by kidney disease who use our services and all our colleagues across the kidney community with whom we work so closely. The charity has a tremendously dedicated staff led by an excellent senior management team. After five fantastically enjoyable years, working with an amazing bunch of people, now is the time to secure Kidney Care UK’s future by making room for new leadership with a keen eye, a fresh vision and boundless energy.”
The Board of Trustees, on behalf of the whole Charity, would like to thank Paddy for all his efforts and wish him well for the future. The charity will begin the process of finding a new Chief Executive shortly and in the meantime Paul Bristow, the Deputy Chief Executive will continue to act as interim Chief Executive until a successor has been appointed.
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