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Date: 13 December 2018
Meet your staff governors
Ms Sally Glover, Clinical Professions Allied to Healthcare
Sally qualified in physiotherapy from the Salford School of Physiotherapy in 1986, and joined the neurosciences physiology team at QEHB in 1994.
In her time at the Trust Sally has facilitated the development of a multidisciplinary facial palsy clinic alongside surgical colleagues and has developed services to patients with long-term neurological illness via a physiotherapy outpatient service.
Sally was also a founding member of Facial Therapy Specialists UK (FTS-UK), which has developed into a valuable educational resource for other therapists both domestically and internationally.
Mr Lee Williams, Corporate and Support Services
Mr Patrick Moore, Corporate and Support Services
Patrick has worked in the NHS since the late 1980s, since which time he has held a variety of nursing and administrative posts. As the primary care liaison at University Hospitals Birmingham NHS Foundation Trust (UHB), Patrick is the initial point of contact for GP and Clinical Commissioning Group queries. He has more than three years experience as a governor representing the views of corporate and support services staff.
Dr Tom Gallacher, Medical
Tom, a consultant anaesthetist, graduated from Glasgow University in 1987. In addition to his clinical duties, he is also a post-graduate clinical tutor at the University of Birmingham and holds the position of Head of Medical Education at the Trust. He is an experienced governor, representing the medical staff for more than 3 years.
Dr Kate Gee, Nursing and Midwifery
Kate has been a Coronary Heart Disease (CHD) consultant for over 10 years. Kate currently manages the cardiac rehabilitation and heart failure services and assesses patients in the syncope service. Kate has a passion for teaching and high quality care.
Ms Yvonne Murphy, Nursing and Midwifery
Yvonne is the Trust's Deputy Head of Nursing for Theatres and Ambulatory Care. She has been nursing for 36 years, with over 30 years dedicated to theatres. She was seconded to George Eliot Trust as part of the Trust's 'buddying' program for 18 months to manage the operating theatres and support the George Eliot Trust out of special measures.
Mrs Veronica Morgan, Staff Associate Governor