Sussex CCGs' Executive Team

If you need information or documents from these pages in another language or in a different format please email

The Sussex Executive Team brings together experienced clinicians and managers who will oversee the work of the Sussex Health and Care Partnership.

Deatils of the members of the team can be found in the table below.

Adam Doyle

Adam Doyle is Chief Executive Officer for the seven CCGs in the Sussex and Sustainability and Transformation Partnership area. Adam is also the Senior Responsible Officer for the Sussex Sustainability and Transformation Partnership. 

Adam started his career as a physiotherapist and has held a number of senior healthcare roles over the past twelve years. 

Before working in Sussex Adam was the Chief Accountable Officer at NHS Merton CCG in London, where he worked from its establishment in 2013, and in particular focused on the integration of health and care in a community setting. Prior to this, Adam was the Director of Private Care and Community Services at The Royal Marsden NHS Foundation Trust.



Lola Banjoko – Managing Director

Chris Adcock – Strategic Director of Finance

Terry Willows – Director of Corporate Affairs

Terry Willows has held a central role in developing national health and social care integration policy and the establishment of the Better Care Fund for NHS England.

He has significant public sector policy experience following  15 years working in the Civil Service across a range of policy areas in the Department of Health, Cabinet Office and Department for Communities and Local Government

Terry has been the Head of Assurance and Delivery for NHS England South East since 2015, leading on CCG assurance and performance across Kent, Surrey and Sussex.

Glynn Dodd – Programme Director of Commissioning Reform

Glynn Dodd has held roles in planning, performance and service improvement and was most recently Chief of Development and Transformation at NSH Coastal West Sussex CCG.

Glynn previously worked largely in mental health provider organisations and was Transformation Programme Director at South West London and St George’s Mental Health NHS Trust.  

Allison Cannon – Chief Nurse

Allison Cannon was appointed to the Chief Nurse for Sussex CCGs post from September 2017. 

She has been a nurse for 29 years and has held a number of senior nurse leadership roles.  She has also had leading roles in Quality, Safety and Safeguarding. Allison’s previous roles include Associate Director of Quality at Brighton and Sussex University Hospitals. In September 2015 Allison became the Chief Nurse for NHS Eastbourne, Hailsham and Seaford and NHS Hastings and Rother CCG. She is a current Florence Nightingale leadership scholar.

Allison also works to NHS Coastal West Sussex CCG, NHS Eastbourne, Hailsham and Seaford CCG, and NHS Hastings and Rother CCG.