Lisa Barter has been a chartered accountant for over 20 years and has extensive finance experience having spent the last 13 years working in finance in the independent healthcare sector. Prior to joining Totally in August 2017, Lisa was the Head of Divisional Finance for the healthcare division of Care UK and was employed by Care UK for over 10 years in a senior finance capacity. Care UK is England’s largest independent provider of NHS services and has a diverse portfolio of healthcare services which include elective surgery treatment centres, provision of healthcare in UK prisons, urgent care centres as well as OOH and NHS 111 services. Lisa also played a key role as Financial Controller at Mercury Health Ltd during which time she established a team and implemented finance processes and systems prior to the company’s acquisition by Care UK in 2007. The healthcare division of Care UK continued to grow to become a £380 million revenue business. Lisa started her finance career at Ernst & Young in 1990 where she qualified as a chartered accountant and she has also held roles as finance manager in both Hewlett Packard and Oracle.
Wendy, the CEO of Totally Health, has an NHS career which spans some 20+ years. She has a wealth of experience having previously worked for BUPA Health Dialog, leading the Client Delivery Team on a range of projects, from complex FESC deliveries through to individual PCT (Primary Care Trust) specific contracts across the UK.
Previously Wendy ran her own company, working closely with numerous NHS and social care organisations across England, Wales and Scotland supporting delivery of many complex change agendas.
During Wendy’s NHS career, she was Chief Executive of three large Primary Care Trusts with a combined budget of £460m, here she successfully ran and delivered 100% within budget and target deliveries.
Wendy led a number of projects on behalf of the Strategic Health Authority including the establishment of new commissioning models for ambulance services and NHS Direct, as well as contributions to national projects including Reforms of Urgent Care Provision and Taking Healthcare to the Patient.
Raphael managed and developed the largest in-house Health and Fitness centre for the Royal mail in central London for 3 years following the completion of a Mathematics and Sports Science degree in 1991. Raphael studied at Christ Church College, Canterbury a choice of subjects the ultimately was the perfect combination for business in the Health and Fitness sector.
Post qualification and prior to co-founding Premier he worked for a corporate fitness company where he liaised closely with Wayne Llewellyn (the in-house Physiotherapist) in setting up the on-site Physiotherapy service.
They quickly realised the important link between Physical fitness and Physiotherapy / Rehabilitation for the improvement of both Corporate and Individual health and welfare. This culminated in developing systems to refer injured employees immediately to Physiotherapy with the result of rapid return to work and significant reductions in loss of productivity.
The following 3 years were spent developing accounts and administrative systems before he and Wayne founded Premier in May 1997.