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Dr Vincent Mak qualified from Guy’s Hospital in 1983 and is currently a consultant physician in respiratory integrated care at Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust.  From 1994 to 2013 he was a consultant physician in respiratory and critical care medicine and clinical director for emergency services at North West London Hospitals NHS Trust.  He was also the clinical director of the Outer North West London Integrated Care Programme, and then the Whole Systems Integrated Care Programme Board for north west London, one of the largest integrated care projects in the UK. 

In addition, he was a clinical lead in the NHS England London Respiratory Network and is currently the clinical lead and chair of the NHS London Procurement Partnership Responsible Prescribing and Value in Healthcare workstream.  He is also the Royal College of Physicians north west London regional advisor for service quality.  

He took up his current role so that he could dedicate more time to developing and promoting models of person-centred collaborative care throughout north west London, and now leads a multidisciplinary team that manages chronic respiratory disease spanning early diagnosis and prevention through to advanced care.


Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD), asthma, chronic cough, breathlessness of unknown cause, bronchiectasis, respiratory failure, abnormal chest X-ray

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Main work in integrated care models, medicines management and value in healthcare

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