BME trailblazers in the NHS: Clive Clarke

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10 / 04 / 2013

As part of our BME trailblazer series, and to mark the 65th anniversary of the NHS, we will publish the profiles of 12 leading BME clinicians and managers. Together they have blazed a trail, inspiring future generations, and helped to shape and influence developments in clinical and management practice during the last 65 years.

Clive Clarke has always had a strong sense of responsibility towards his community and, as deputy chief executive at Sheffield Health and Social Care NHS Foundation Trust, he is determined to use his position to inspire.

While his top priority is ensuring his clinicians have the resources they need to provide a high-quality service in an increasingly difficult economic climate, he continues to “put something back” as an adviser to the Sheffield African Caribbean Mental Health Association and a governor on his son’s school board.

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