Phil Hope is a former Minister of State for Care Services in the Labour Government 2008-10. He led the development of the white paper ‘Building a National Care Service’ and the first National Dementia Strategy.
Phil advises public, private and voluntary sector organisations on a range of health challenges and opportunities including: changes to care in a post-pandemic health and social care landscape; the design and delivery of personalised integrated care systems and services; and the benefits of music in the care of people living with dementia.
Phil Hope is co-author of the report of the Health Devolution Commission ‘Building Back Health and Prosperity’ and is co-chair of the Future Social Care Coalition. Phil is visiting professor at the Institute for Global Health Innovation, Imperial College London and chaired the report ‘Creating Sustainable Health and Care Systems in Ageing Societies’.
Phil lives in Gloucestershire and is a trustee of Brunelcare, a charity providing high quality housing, care and support for older people in the South West.