Jill Vickerman

National Director, Scotland

Jill joined the BMA in 2013 as BMA Scotland's national director. She is responsible for ensuring the effective operation of the BMA on behalf of all doctor and training doctor members in Scotland. This includes the provision of individual support, products and services to members, local and national collective representation and influencing national Scottish health and health care policy.

Prior to joining the BMA, Jill held a number of senior posts with the Scottish government, including director of healthcare quality and planning, head of health analytical services, and senior economic statistician in the Office of the Chief Economic Advisor.

Jill is also a non-executive director for the Office of the Scottish Charity Regulator (OSCR), where she is a member of the board and the Audit Committee.

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  • National Director, Scotland

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