Contact the press and public affairs team
For the latest news from The King's Fund or to be added to our news mailing service, please contact the press and public affairs office on 020 7307 2585 or email email@example.com.
- Richard Evans, Head of Press and Public Affairs
- Gemma Umali, Press and Public Affairs Manager
- Rachel Case, Press and Public Affairs Manager
- Becca Miller, Communications Assistant
Members of the media calling outside office hours can contact the press office on 07584 146035.
Spokespeople and experts
We have a range of health and social care experts that act as spokespeople for the organisation. They regularly provide comment and analysis to the media, contribute articles and provide background briefings, as well as speaking at debates. If you are a journalist and would like to speak to one of our experts, find out more about our latest research or receive embargoed press releases, please contact our press and public affairs team.
We restrict our work to the NHS in England, and we aren't able to comment on specific patient cases, but we can offer on and off the record analysis on: primary care and GP services, care in hospitals, end-of-life care, community health services, NHS funding, patient choice, public health, long-term conditions, workforce planning, system reform, NHS governance and regulation, commissioning, social care, compassion in care and health inequalities.
Chris is the Fund's main spokesperson and speaks on issues across health and social care.
Director of Policy
Richard speaks on a broad range of topics, including finance, productivity and urgent and emergency care.
Senior Fellow, Policy
Richard leads the Fund's work on health and wellbeing boards and speaks for the Fund on the reform and funding of social care.
Senior Fellow, Policy
David has written and commented on a wide range of issues around public health and inequalities.
The King's Fund aims to support parliamentarians by providing independent analysis of health and social care policy. We work with MPs and peers from all the main parties by providing briefings for debates, holding events, giving evidence to parliamentary committees and working with the Associate Parliamentary Health Group and other all party parliamentary groups.