Jug Johal

Director of Estates & Facilities – Northern Lincolnshire and Goole NHS Foundation Trust


Jug Johal

Jug is an executive board director at Northern Lincolnshire and Goole NHS Foundation Trust. The board has collective responsibility for ensuring that the Trust is able to deliver high quality and effective services at all times at its three hospitals and community sites.

Jug leads the directorate of estates and facilities, ensuring that the estate and service strategies are in place to ensure a safe, secure and high quality patient environment, both within the Trust and to other organisations to whom the Trust provides estates and facilities services.

Jug, who lives with his family in Lincolnshire, has a Master’s degree in Leadership in Health & Social Care. In his spare time, Jug has been campaigning for equality and inclusion of Asian communities in sport for the past decade, having co-founded the British Asian Rugby Association in 2004.

Jug’s latest project with the support of the ASF Board of Trustees and its ambassadors will continue with this campaign by supporting National Governing Bodies, National Governing Organisations, clubs and committees at a strategic level to deliver tangible projects which break down cultural and religious barriers and provide sporting benefits to an under-represented minority ethnic community.

For more than 30 years Jug Johal has been an avid supporter of rugby, playing at club level for Scunthorpe RUFC and Moseley RFC and at county, regional and international level for India Rugby.