I gave up counting the names of the hospital trusts where she has been employed.
Joined the (Hillingdon)Trust: 2018
Experience: Sarah became Chief Executive of Manchester Royal Infirmary, Manchester University NHS Foundation Trust in March 2018. She spent the 6 months prior to this on secondment to NHSI/ NHSE as Winter Director London to provide assurance on the systems and processes in place to monitor delivery of the National A&E standard across London. She was eager to return to London and have a role that gave her more scope.
For almost three years’ from November 2014 she was Chief Operating Officer at Barking, Havering and Redbridge University Hospitals NHS Trust, helping the Trust to exit ‘Special Measures’. Before this she was at Kingston Hospital NHS Foundation Trust as Deputy Chief Executive, a position she acceded to in May 2011. Sarah spent her formative NHS career at United Lincolnshire Hospitals NHS Trust, initially she had almost 5 years split between two roles; Assistant Director Strategic Development / Modernisation before becoming Hospital Director / General Manager Planned Care. After this she moved to NHS IMAS spending 16 months as Head of Performance / Performance Lead to help improve their cancer waiting times, then until May 2011 she was Director of the Intensive Support Team working with challenged Trusts to deliver access targets. She was appointed on 26th November 2018.
Time for her to move on? LOL
Sir Amyas Morse is the chair of the Hillingdon Board. https://www.thh.nhs.uk/images/board/exec-org-chart-1000.jpg
He headed the National Audit Office until 2019.
A poor CQC report on Hillingdon Hospitals Trust dated July 2018. Apart from 'Caring' which is 'Good' the rest of the entries are 'Requires Improvement' or 'Inadequate'.