Highland Hospice employs over 100 full and part-time staff across a range of clinical and medical services as well as support functions such as finance, human resources, facilities, fundraising and retail. We also benefit from the support of over 750 volunteers working in the Hospice, in our shops and fundraising in the community.
The Hospice is led by a Chief Executive supported by a Senior Management Team of four and a Lead Clinician. Oversight and strategic direction is provided by a Board of up to 12 trustees drawn from across all parts of the Highlands and bringing a range of skills and experience to their role. The Board provides oversight through a number of governance committees. Trustees serve up to two three year terms and are appointed through an open recruitment process.
To contact the Chair or any other Board Member please email Fiona Stoddart, Management Assistant on email@example.com.
Senior Management Team
Board of Trustees
Forbes is a chartered accountant and formerly held senior finance roles at Highlands and Islands Enterprise and NHS Highland.
Bill is a retired ENT consultant and currently associate postgraduate dean for NHS Highland / NHS Education.
Charles is a retired General Practitioner and community hospital doctor on the Isle of Skye who has recently obtained a further qualification in Palliative Medicine.
Nicholas is Chief Executive of Community Energy Scotland, a social enterprise which supports communities in Scotland to develop renewable energy projects.
Jeff is currently Vice Principal for Enterprise at the University of the Highlands and Islands.
Julian is the retired Police Scotland Divisional Commander for the Highlands and Islands.
Kathleen trained as a nurse and has worked as a counsellor in family and bereavement support in a hospice environment.
Niall is a chartered accountant and Director of Corporate Resources at the University of the Highlands and Islands.
Stephen was Managing Director of Highland Home Carers and he brings a wealth of experience in the delivery of social care at home and in working in partnership with local communities. This is particularly relevant in light of our 2018-2021 'Supporting our Compassionate Communities' strategy.
Peter is a Chartered Accountant who retired as Senior Partner in the Inverness office of EY in 2015.
Rob is a risk manager and chartered health and safety professional working as a technical manager with the Soil Association.
Janet is a retired community paediatrician from Fort William with wide experience in the voluntary sector.
Donate to Highland Hospice today
We need to raise over £7,000 every day to support the delivery of Hospice services across the Highlands. You can make a donation by following one of the links below to our JustGiving page.