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  • Dr Henry Carleton

    Executive Chair

    Brian Wells, BSc (Hons) MBA

    Brian trained as a Registered Nurse in the Army specialising in theatres and anesthetics. He experienced a long clinical career working in both military hospitals and NHS Trusts before moving into management. Working for the Health Service inspectors, the Audit Commission and the Healthcare Commission, he led service improvement programmes across London healthcare organisations.

    In his six years as Managing Director of the Elective Orthopedic Centre (EOC), an internationally-renowned centre of excellence for elective orthopaedic surgery and one of the volume leaders in the UK hip and knee replacement service, he grew it into one of the most productive orthopaedic services in the NHS while ensuring it continued to deliver clinical excellence.

    Brian was most recently Director of Orthopedics at Guy’s and St Thomas’ NHS Foundation Trust where he provided senior leadership in the development and implementation of a new service delivery model for its elective orthopaedic services. His focus on medical workforce productivity, process standardisation and operational grip helped the clinical leadership deliver its high-quality service in a sustainable way.
    Brian is a co-founder of Four Eyes Insight and has a BSc (Hons) degree in Health Studies and an Executive MBA.

  • Dr Henry Carleton

    Managing Director

    Lee Scothern

    Lee has worked within NHS settings for the past 16 years and has held several senior-level positions in transformational, operational management and consultancy roles. Specialising in delivering great benefits for his clients through his programme management and leadership style, Lee is a deep strategic thinker, constantly creative, impressively resilient, highly analytical and action focussed, with extensive experience of delivering both organisational and service level clinical service delivery turnaround and performance improvement. Lee has a great ability in building relationships with client executive teams and is seen consistently as a trusted advisor and critical friend. Having joined Four Eyes Insight in 2016, Lee took the role of Managing Director in 2022 as part of a structural change that saw Brian Wells move to Executive Chair.

  • Dr Henry Carleton

    Director of Product Development, Quality & Subject Matter Experts

    Debbie Johnston

    Debbie has a passion for endoscopy improvement with a long, proven track record of leading national and international endoscopy standards and projects that deliver sustainable, improvements. Debbie is passionate about improving endoscopy services and in recent years has focused on the planning, productivity and efficiency of endoscopy services; working with organisations to assist them to achieve a low wait, safe and productive sustained endoscopy service is her goal.

  • Dr Henry Carleton

    Delivery Director

    Samantha Sullivan

    Sam is a Delivery Lead with Four Eyes Insight. She is driven and impactful with a proven track record of leading projects that deliver sustainable, transformational change. Confident in managing the full project lifecycle to achieve quality outcomes on time and within budget. Excellent in a demanding environment and quick to respond to changing priorities. A strong communicator, able to build effective relationships throughout the managerial and clinical hierarchy to ensure the best outcomes for all stakeholders.

  • Dr Henry Carleton

    Senior Consultant – Theatre Subject Matter Expert

    Dr Motaz Elgizawy, MBA

    Prior to joining Four Eyes Insight, Motaz was an Orthopaedics Surgery Registrar for the NHS across different trusts for the last 11 years. His passion for quality and process improvement led him to oversee many operational improvement and service transformation projects within the NHS.

    As a theatre subject matter expert at Four Eyes Insight, Motaz is responsible for reviewing overall theatre pathways and performance and providing an in-depth analysis of issues affecting productivity and increased patient throughput.

  • Dr Henry Carleton

    Consulting Partner

    Jez Tozer

    Jeremy (Jez) Tozer qualified as a pharmacist and after a rapid career progression to a position of Chief Pharmacist then decided to utilise his managerial skills in other departments and over the course of the next three years had very successful roles in charge of Diagnostics, Emergency Medicine, Medicine as well as Commercial Management.

    Jez made the move into Board roles quickly after and then built a strong reputation as a Chief Operating Officer capable of leading and delivering large scale operational turnaround assignments, with a strong approach tom performance management. Jez has always been described as an active Board member never afraid to challenge the status quo and to seek out more efficient ways of working.

    In 2017 Jez started his own consultancy aimed at delivering real value to NHS clients and concentrated on the area of Urgent Care. Jez is a firm believer that consultancy companies need a different approach to delivery that ensure a joint approach with clients, firm delivery objectives and most importantly a programme that ensures sustainability by transferring skills to the clients’ staff so that work can continue long term without continued reliance on external support.

    In January 2019 the consultancy service had continued to grow and so Jez founded Prism Improvement which supports NHS organisations on Urgent Care performance, building novel and sustainable solutions

  • Dr Henry Carleton

    Non-Executive Director

    Stephen Dorrell

    During 36 years in Parliament, Stephen served in many roles, including as Health Secretary in John Major’s government and Chair of the House of Commons Health Committee between 2010 and 2014. After leaving Parliament Stephen was Chair of the NHS Confederation from 2015 to 2019, as well as setting up his own advisory business focusing on public service reform.

    Stephen is a regular contributor to public debate about the future of healthcare and has often argued that digital technology should be used to support more efficient and integrated health and care services.

    At Four Eyes Stephen is working with the Founders and the rest of the team to develop an organisation that delivers sustainable service improvements which benefit patients and service users