Head of Healthcare, East Anglia & Safeguarding Lead
Louise was appointed to the role of Head of Healthcare for East Anglia in November 2016. She is also the Safeguarding Lead for Mountain Healthcare. Louise’s role includes overseeing the Sexual Assault Referral Centres, and ensuring a high-quality service is provided. She is also involved in the delivery of new pathways with other agencies, both statutory and non-statutory. She is a qualified Nurse and Midwife, and has spent the last 10 years working in the Safeguarding industry. She has previously worked as a Commissioner for Children and Maternity services within a Clinical Commissioning Group. Louise has a real passion for safeguarding, and particularly enjoys this element of her work.
Head of Healthcare, Yorkshire and The Humber
Emelia has been with Mountain Healthcare since April 2016, when the Yorkshire and Humberside contract commenced. Prior to joining the team, Emelia had worked in Primary Care, gaining a wealth of Public Health and Operations Management experience. Emelia has always been interested in the forensic industry, and combines her previous qualifications and experience to successfully lead sexual offence forensic services across Yorkshire and Humberside.
Head of Healthcare for Custody
Jacqui leads healthcare provision across the Mountain Healthcare custody contracts. Jacqui is a qualified Nurse, with over 16 years experience in acute medicine and emergency care. She has held Matron roles within the NHS, and has a passion for Governance and Safeguarding.
Education and Clinical Practice Matron
Claire is the Education and Clinical Practice Matron for Mountain Healthcare and joined the team on the first day of our contract in Thames Valley Police. Claire joined MHL on return from a deployment to Afghanistan, wanting a challenge! She has worked in a wide range of nursing specialties during her nursing career, but primarily within the Emergency Department and she has a particular interest in trauma. Claire believes passionately in learning, and the importance of solid evidence based practice. She teaches nationally as an ALS instructor for the Resus Council, and as a BATLS instructor for the military. Claire is also a national EMSB burns coordinator. She enjoys all aspects of education but her happiest days are still those being clinical and on the shop floor.
Clinical Operations Manager, Surrey Police Custody
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