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PostPosted: Mon Nov 03, 2008 4:55 pm    Post subject: David Highton and the stolen organ scandal. Reply with quote

DAVID HIGHTON

Chief executive of the Oxford Radcliffe Hospitals Trust at the time of the missing organs scandal, left this post after the revelation of a £20 million debt, chief executive of the Westminster and Chelsea hospital at the time of the overnight closure of a successful Vitmin B12 clinic, chief executive of Ealing Health Trust, involved with Skills Academy and Nhs Direct.

1) At Oxford Radcliffe Hospitals Trust at time of missing organs scandal
a) http://archive.oxfordmail.net/2001/1/31/69617.html
Quote:
"This trust carries out post mortems on behalf of the coroner and also where relatives have not objected, in order to establish cause of death. In some cases, organs will have been removed and retained for further study, teaching and research….."

b) David Highton speaking about the organ scandal at Oxford Radcliffe Hospitals Trust:
http://news.bbc.co.uk/olmedia/1145000/video/_1146549_hospitals13_hight on2way_vi.ram

2) David Highton resigned from Oxford NHS after trust revealed debts of £20 million.
a)From a Panorama documentary 'Fiddling the Figures':
http://news.bbc.co.uk/nol/shared/spl/hi/programmes/panorama/transcript s/fiddlingthefigures.txt
Quote:
PANORAMA Fiddling the FiguresRECORDED FROM TRANSMISSION: BBC-1 DATE: 29:06:03 BARCLAY: David Highton told colleagues that meeting every NHS target was almost impossible. The Trust declined to be interviewed. Is the price that's being paid justifiable in terms of the improvements that have been made in the NHS? Former Chief ExecutiveWords spoken by an actorHighly debatable I would say, highly debatable. Again, there have been some improvements and it would be wrong to say there haven't. Whether those improvements can justify what has occurred with some individuals and some organisations, I think that's far less clear.

b)http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/england/2856781.stm
Quote:
David Highton is to leave the role of chief executive of the Oxford Radcliffe Hospitals NHS Trust in April. The announcement of Mr Highton's departure comes after the trust revealed debts of £20m. One MP has claimed Mr Highton, who has overseen a host of costly improvements at the struggling trust, left before he was forced to go.


3) David Highton at Chelsea when successful clinic closes overnight
http://www.whale.to/m/b12.html
Quote:
...they found hope in the pioneering Vitamin B12 Unit at Westminster and Chelsea Hospital in London where they were told that Alex, now 13, had a vitamin B12 deficiency, which drastically exacerbated his autistic symptoms.
But as Alex was receiving treatment — including injections of vital B12 co-enzymes — the unit closed without warning.
The closure appalled families who relied on the unit.
Dr Bhatt negotiated with the hospital's chief executive, David Highton, to keep the unit open at a cost of £200,000 a year.
But Mr Highton and the Chelsea and Westminster Trust Board —which has authority over the hospital's £230 million health provision — refused to provide funding and claimed Dr Bhatt's test procedures were experimental and unethical.
The suggestion is denied by Dr Bhatt, who ran the unit for 10 years and is recognised worldwide as a specialist in the condition.
He thinks the closure has more to do with funding and medical politics than ethics.
Parents were outraged not to be notified of the unit's closure. They turned up for appointments to find it shut.


4) On the council of government ‘Skills for Health’, also called ‘Skills Academy’, as Managing Director of ‘Clinicenta’.
http://www.zoominfo.com/Search/CompanyDetail.aspx?CompanyID=188023018& cs=QELNQDqoc
http://www.skillsforhealth.org.uk/page/about-us/council

5) David Highton: Managing Director of Clinicenta:
http://www.clinicenta.com/about/team/index.htm

Clinicenta involved with MediHome:
http://www.healthcarerepublic.com/news/pressRelease/602654/Clinicenta-
Quote:
15 September 2006: NHS patients will soon be able to choose to recover at home under the care of nurses from MediHome Limited, the Hospital-Care-At-Home company. MediHome, in partnership with Clinicenta, will provide this service for two new surgical treatment centres in South London.
MediHome Nurses will care for patients in their own homes following a wide range of operations instead of having to remain in hospital. These new surgical treatment centres are part of the Government's programme to widen the choice available to NHS patients. Clinicenta's two surgical units will start treating patients in April 2008.
David Highton, Managing Director of Clinicenta, said: "We are very pleased to be working with MediHome to deliver this innovative approach to patient care. NHS patients choosing to have their operations with Clinicenta will be able to enjoy a service that until now has only been available to patients who can afford private treatment."


Clinicenta works in partnership with Carillion:

http://www.ipfa.org/cgi/news/news.cgi?t=template.htm&a=780
Quote:
Clinicenta is a joint venture between support services and construction company Carillion and Lodestone Patient Care, one of the UK's leading independent providers of diagnostic imaging services with experience of delivering high quality healthcare.


6) David Highton is Clinical Services Director at Carillion:
http://www.carillionhealth.com/about_us/key_people/key_people.asp
and is ‘involved in the ‘competences for the development of new job roles in healthcare.’

http://www.carillionhealth.com/about_us/key_people/david_highton.asp#T opOfPage

Quote:
David has a wealth of clinical management experience from his time spent in the NHS. Initially joining as Financial Director of Ealing Health Authority he progressed to CEO level where he spent 10 years. His last 9 years in the NHS were as CEO of two major teaching hospital institutions – as the first CEO of the new Chelsea & Westminster Hospital from 1994, and at the Oxford Radcliffe group of 4 hospitals from 2000.
During his time in the NHS, David was also a key member of several national working groups and committees. He was on the policy group, which generated the NHS Plan and chaired the London Waiting List Task Force from 1997-2000. He also sat on the National R&D Committee of the NHS for four years, and chaired Healthwork UK and the successor UK body, Skills for Health, seeking to pursue the development of clear and accredited occupational standards and competences for the development of new job roles in healthcare.


7) Chief executive officer of Ealing Health Authority.

According to Carillion website:
http://www.carillionhealth.com/our_services/clinical_bios/david_highto n.asp
Quote:
David has a wealth of clinical management experience from his time spent in the NHS. Initially joining as Financial Director of Ealing Health Authority he progressed to CEO level where he spent 10 years. His last 9 years in the NHS were as CEO of two major teaching hospital institutions – as the first CEO of the new Chelsea & Westminster Hospital from 1994, and at the Oxford Radcliffe group of 4 hospitals from 2000.


8 ) David Highton is involved with NHS Direct according to zoominfo:
http://www.zoominfo.com/Search/PersonDetail.aspx?PersonID=881799759 to http://www.zoominfo.com/Search/CompanyDetail.aspx?CompanyID=103564805& cs=QEGLEYFyA to http://www.nhsdirect.nhs.uk/

9) David Highton, according to linkedin,
involved in finance in at least six other institutions: http://www.linkedin.com/pub/4/708/609

10) Government:
Speaking at the Select Committee on Health:
http://www.parliament.the-stationery-office.co.uk/pa/cm200607/cmselect  /cmhealth/171/6121409.htm

Also Acting Chief Executive of St Mary’s in Padington:
http://www.parliament.the-stationery-office.co.uk/pa/cm199899/cmselect  /cmhealth/38/9012107.htm

Involved in review of NHS Funding:
http://www.dh.gov.uk/en/Researchanddevelopment/A-Z/NationalNHSRDfundin g/DH_4001861

On the ‘Modernisation Action Team’ at the Department of Health:
http://www.dh.gov.uk/en/Publicationsandstatistics/Publications/Publica tionsPolicyAndGuidance/Browsable/DH_5209568

Is this the same David Highton?
11) There is a David Highton at Red Cinnamon
http://www.redcinnamon.co.uk/index.html :
Produced a programme: 'The Farm Revealed' which instructs students to read about eugenics:
Quote:
Further activities
Eugenics
Read the article about the founder of the British Eugenics Society:
www.channel4.com/science/microsites/
S/science/life/biog_galton.html
Discuss the following:
What is eugenics and why was Francis Galton interested in the subject?
Is it unethical? Why or why not?
Is eugenics a realistic possibility?
Could we really breed a race of super-intelligent humans?


12) A David Highton is editor of Channel Four ‘The Body Story’:
http://www.channel4.com/science/microsites/B/bodystory/find.html

13) A David Highton wrote a letter to the Telegraph in support of ‘Children-aged-eight-enlisted-as-council-snoopers’, a voluntary street-watcher from Ealing:
http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/uknews/2689996/Children-aged-eight-enl isted-as-council-snoopers.html
Quote:
As one of the volunteer Streetwatchers for Ealing I'm puzzled by both some of the reporting and the reaction to the concept of local residents taking pride in their streets and trying to help keep them clean and tidy.
In Ealing the Streetwatchers simply report items such as dumped rubbish, broken paving stones, faulty street lights and similar. There is not the slightest question of spying on anyone whatsoever. And in the last few years we have helped make a significant improvement to the look and state of our streets - and I repeat 'our streets'. This improvement is appreciated by the vast majority of the residents who want their streets to be clean.
As for the Junior Streetwatchers - what on earth is wrong with encouraging youngsters to care for their environment and actually do something to help make it better? How many people just walk by dumped rubbish and moan but do nothing and then complain about the state of their streets? If we want our streets to look clean then we need to do something about it ourselves and Ealing's voluntary Streetwatcher programme enables local residents and youngsters to do just this.
David Highton


14) A David Highton in West Ealing:
http://www.westealingneighbours.org.uk/index2.php?option=content&task= view&id=395&pop=1
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PostPosted: Mon Nov 03, 2008 5:01 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Clinicenta (Managing Director David Highton); a joint venture with Lodestone, owned by CVC:

Clinicenta is a joint venture between support services and construction company Carillion and Lodestone Patient Care, one of the UK's leading independent providers of diagnostic imaging services with experience of delivering high quality healthcare.

Lodestone Patient Care is a wholly owned subsidiary of DCA Group Ltd. ( Australia) www.lodestone.co.uk/publicdownloads/Review04-06.pdf

The DCA shares were acquired through a new company, CAID Pty Ltd, established by CVC for this purpose. http://www.blakedawson.com/Templates/CaseStudies/x_case_study_content_ page.aspx?id=30539

DCA Group now known as I-Med: http://www.cvc.com/Content/En/OurCompanies/CompanyDetails.aspx?PCID=73 2 In December 2006 CVC Asia Pacific and CVC Capital Partners jointly completed the acquisition of DCA Group Limited (DCA), which operated Australia’s largest diagnostic imaging clinic network, the Lodestone diagnostic imaging network in the United Kingdom and Australia and New Zealand’s leading aged care facility operators.

So Lodestone is owned by a buy-out company, who describe themselves: http://www.cvc.com/Content/EN/OurIndustry/OurIndustry.aspx
Private equity ("PE") is defined as the provision of equity capital by investors to companies that demonstrate the potential for growth in value. The capital is typically invested from closed-end funds managed by investment advisory companies. CVC is focussed on the large buyout sector of the private equity market. Our funds acquire controlling interests in companies with an average enterprise value of €1 billion or more.
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PostPosted: Fri Nov 14, 2008 4:47 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

David Highton, Clinical Services Director at Carillion, in Academy Schools.

www.schoolsnetwork.org.uk/uploads/documents/PfSPresentation_131311.PPT -
Quote:
5 year Design and Build Framework (ICT not Included)
Established to deliver:
Academies where LAs are not yet in BSF Programme
One School Pathfinders (OSPs)
Small BSF Projects
6 Panel Members:
Balfour Beatty
Carillion
Kier
Laing O’Rourke
Skanska
Willmott Dixon
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PostPosted: Tue Aug 18, 2020 1:54 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Quote A: The sudden closure of a clinic successfully treating autism
Quote B: Autistic: those who are Epstein's preferred personality as scientist
Quote C: Epstein's scientists behind the coronavirus pandemic.

A:
Quote:
3) David Highton at Chelsea when successful clinic closes overnight
http://www.whale.to/m/b12.html
Quote:
...they found hope in the pioneering Vitamin B12 Unit at Westminster and Chelsea Hospital in London where they were told that Alex, now 13, had a vitamin B12 deficiency, which drastically exacerbated his autistic symptoms.
But as Alex was receiving treatment — including injections of vital B12 co-enzymes — the unit closed without warning.
The closure appalled families who relied on the unit.
Dr Bhatt negotiated with the hospital's chief executive, David Highton, to keep the unit open at a cost of £200,000 a year.
But Mr Highton and the Chelsea and Westminster Trust Board —which has authority over the hospital's £230 million health provision — refused to provide funding and claimed Dr Bhatt's test procedures were experimental and unethical.
The suggestion is denied by Dr Bhatt, who ran the unit for 10 years and is recognised worldwide as a specialist in the condition.
He thinks the closure has more to do with funding and medical politics than ethics.
Parents were outraged not to be notified of the unit's closure. They turned up for appointments to find it shut.


https://www.sciencemag.org/news/2019/09/what-kind-researcher-did-sex-o ffender-jeffrey-epstein-fund-he-told-science-he-died

B:
Quote:
“Rebels who don’t fit in”
The researchers Epstein chose to support, it was becoming clear, fit the old stereotype of scientists whose brilliance makes them social outcasts. “The MIT [Massachusetts Institute of Technology] Media Lab is a good example,” he said. (The Cambridge-based university has launched an independent investigation into what its president called the “deeply disturbing” relationship between Epstein and the lab, whose director, Joi Ito, resigned following media reports that Epstein had invested in his private companies as well as donating to the lab.)

“I would say 25% of the kids there are autistic, on the spectrum,” Epstein opined. “They don’t really work in groups. They’re not taking classes. They’re not giving teaching assignments. They don’t have lots to do, they’re there to think.”

Those traits appealed to Epstein on two levels. “It’s my natural bent to move toward the maverick and rebels who don’t fit in,” he noted. “They were probably overlooked [in school]. They were definitely never class president.” Such outsiders, in Epstein’s opinion, are also less likely to kowtow to the scientific establishment, which he regarded as inherently conservative.


List of those linked to Epstein who are in support of the coronavirus pandemic. The list of scientists is expected to expand.
http://www.911forum.org.uk/board/viewtopic.php?t=24304

C:
Quote:
Some Epstein scientists, in support of the coronavirus pandemic:

Howard Gardner, Epstein and the pandemic: https://www.scribd.com/document/472283187/510-Howard-Gardner-Epstein-a nd-the-pandemic
George Church, Epstein and the pandemic: https://www.scribd.com/document/472283254/511-George-Church-Epstein-an d-the-Pandemic
Ben Goertzel, Epstein and the pandemic: https://www.scribd.com/document/472317052/512-Ben-Goertzel-Epstein-and -the-pandemic
Lawrence Krauss, Epstein and the pandemic: https://www.scribd.com/document/472318618/513-Lawrence-Krauss-Epstein- and-the-pandemic
Roger Schank, Epstein and the pandemic: https://www.scribd.com/document/472320130/514-Roger-Schank-Epstein-and -the-Pandemic
Jaron Lanier, Epstein and the pandemic: https://www.scribd.com/document/472331867/517-Jaron-Lanier-Epstein-and -the-Pandemic
Lisa Randall, Epstein and the pandemic: https://www.flickr.com/photos/50295603@N02/50239488373/


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PostPosted: Tue Aug 18, 2020 2:12 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

More Epstein scientists:

Joscha Bach:
https://www.flickr.com/photos/50295603@N02/50200774281
https://thebridgelifeinthemix.info/british-politics/epstein-mit-a-i-co vid-19-app-lots-lots-cash/

Eric Lander:
https://www.flickr.com/photos/50295603@N02/50210724721
https://thebridgelifeinthemix.info/australia/epstein-martin-nowak-eric -lander-mit-sinister-genome-project-tied-covid-test/
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PostPosted: Tue Aug 18, 2020 3:05 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

George Church apologises (on account of 'nerd' tunnel vision)
https://www.statnews.com/2019/08/05/citing-nerd-tunnel-vision-biologis t-george-church-apologizes-for-contacts-with-jeffrey-epstein/

Joscha Bach, the 'nerd' that sounded the coronavirus alarm:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yNDj0YN1SH4&lc
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22 hours ago
It may not be intentional deception on Joscha's part. Wealthy people often support (as evidenced in history) useful idiots, for their own purposes.

It's a major problem with many "smart" people, such as scientists. They're often socially daft and unaware of the broader realities that surround and exploit them.
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PostPosted: Tue Aug 18, 2020 3:19 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

George Church issues an apology citing ‘nerd’ tunnel vision:
https://www.statnews.com/2019/08/05/citing-nerd-tunnel-vision-biologis t-george-church-apologizes-for-contacts-with-jeffrey-epstein/

Joscha Bach, the ‘nerd’ who sounded the coronavirus alarm:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yNDj0YN1SH4&t=308s
Comment:
reck0n3r23 hours ago
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It may not be intentional deception on Joscha's part. Wealthy people often support (as evidenced in history) useful idiots, for their own purposes. It's a major problem with many "smart" people, such as scientists. They're often socially daft and unaware of the broader realities that surround and exploit them.
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