Dr Ed Fitzgerald is the Clinical Lead for Care System Redesign in KPMG's Healthcare Advisory practice. He qualified in medicine from Magdalen College, University of Oxford, and has over 20 years’ experience of clinical practice and management across the NHS and international health systems.
He designs and leads complex strategic change in healthcare policy and practice, providing clients with a deep knowledge of global trends and best-practice gained from working in 29 countries and territories on over 60 occasions. His healthcare management consulting experience provides strategy, policy, and operational expertise, with a focus on care system redesign and integration.
Ed is a respected healthcare leader and has received several awards for his work, including the Royal Society of Medicine's Tanner Medal, and the Royal College of Surgeons' Margaret Witt Scholarship. He has extensive health policy and research experience with over 100 academic publications, and previously played a central role in pioneering global crowd sourced collaborative health research networks.
BA Hons, Physiological Science - Magdalen College, University of Oxford
BM BCh, Medicine - Magdalen College, University of Oxford
MSc, Medical Education, University College London
MRCS Diploma, Royal College of Surgeons of England
Fellow of the Royal Society for Public Health
Member of the Royal College of Surgeons of England
Leading Digital Transformation in Health Care, Harvard Medical School
MSP Certification - Managing Successful Programmes, PEOPLECERT
Tech Innovation Transformation