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Martin Wakeley

We recently received the extremely sad news of the death of our former CCG colleague Martin Wakeley. Our thoughts and deepest condolences are with Martin’s wife, Heather, their family, and his many friends at what must be a very difficult time for them all.


Martin was interim managing director for the Isle of Wight from August 2018 until the following spring and had a big impact on many of those who worked with him.  Martin remained working on the island as a member of the Isle of Wight NHS Trust executive team and throughout his time was an active member of the Island local care board now known as the Integrated Care Partnership.


For those of you who had the pleasure of working with Martin, it was always easy to see just how enthusiastic, passionate and committed he was to improving health outcomes.


In the time he was with us he helped to steer the CCG through a difficult period, bringing us out of special measures and legal directions, while being heavily involved in planning for the transformation of health and care services on the Island as well.


Please do leave a message here, should you wish to, which we will share with Martin’s family.

Owner :C Semke
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Tracy Richards

I would like to share how shocked and saddened I am in hearing of the loss of Martin and my deepest sympathy goes out to all who knew him.  I only knew Martin for a short time, he made such a difference whilst he was on the Isle of Wight and his dedication to …


Michele legg

I met Martin when he came and worked with us on the island.What a difference he made. He helped us enormously through difficult times with his wealth of knowledge ,wonderful hands on approach and dedication to helping Island residents. He was also cheeky with a great sense of humour and made us laugh, which we …

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Joe Smyth

Gone to soon, but a life lived improving the lievs of others.  I only worked with Martin for a short period of time, his dedication to improving services for patients, his care with how he spoke to the many people that worked for him was insperational.  A gentleman that touch so many lives and …


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