Dr Sebastian Hendricks, Secondary Care Clinician Member

Sebastian is an active clinical consultant in Audiovestibular Medicine and clinical lead for Paediatric Audiology & Audiovestibular Medicine for The Royal Free London NHS Foundation Trust. He is also a consultant at the Royal National Throat Nose & Ear Hospital (University College London Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust).

His previous work include member of the trusts clinical governance committee in his role of chair of the children’s clinical governance, trust appraiser and educational supervisor, member of the clinical excellence awards committee and lead for patient experience for children’s services. In North Central London he lead the local newborn hearing screening service to the unified NCL service..

He was Trustee and Council Member of the British Society of Audiology (BSA) for 2 terms and chaired the Paediatric Audiology Interest Group of the BSA,  representing the group alos on the Audiology Advisory Group at Department of Health. He held several positions within his main professional organisation, the British Association of Audiovestibular Physicians. At present he represents the organisation at the standard developments for care records (Royal College of Physicians / Professional Record Standard Body)

In the past his work for the professional organisation and at the Royal College of Physicians included the Payment for Results committee, Clinical Coding, and Expert Working Group at the NHS Health and Social Care Information Centre.

Within Corby CCG, Sebastian has as a governing board member shared  responsibility  for all aspects of the CCG, providing a broader view on health and care issues, particularly an understanding of patient care in the secondary care setting. He also presents an independent strategic clinical view on all aspects of CCG business as well as adding an understanding of how secondary care providers work within the health system

He is member of the Joint Quality Committee with NHS Nene CCG, the council of members, the primary care commissioning committee, and the finance committee.

He is father of and active carer for two young daughters.