Staff elected governors

Alan Walker

Alan Walker

 

 

 

 

 

Constituency: Staff Elected Representing area: Partner Organisations Email address: mailto:dgft.foundationmembers@nhs.net Contact details: (01384) 456111 (ext. 1124)

Background/experience

I have been employed at Dudley by Summit Healthcare for a relatively short time. However, I do bring to the group many years of transferable knowledge and experience as an Engineer and Facilities and Estates professional in both Healthcare and the private sector.

Part of my day job is to act as the PFI interface between the Trust and all the different facets of our service provider Interserve. This includes Maintenance, Catering, Cleaning, Security etc. I also represent Summit at several Trust Operational meetings.

I see part of my role of governor is to take the communication role a step further by ensuring a better understanding of the building, its capabilities and its infrastructure by all the building users and stakeholders.  Additionally I would like to improve the communications link between the Trust and all the facilities support staff at the Dudley Group.


Edith Rollinson

 

 

 

 

 

Constituency: Staff Elected Representing area: Allied Health Professionals & Care Health Scientists Email address: mailto:dgft.foundationmembers@nhs.net Contact details: (01384) 456111 (ext. 1124)

Background/experience

I have worked for the Trust for twenty three years and now I am semi-retired. I work part time as a phlebotomist in the hospital and in the community.  In my time as an employee I have heard good and bad reports and think as a governor I could give something back to the Trust.

For eighteen years I worked at the Brierley Hill Health Centre. For two years of that I took on a HCA role also acting Practice Manager, which gave me a little understanding of the Trust and administration.

I believe I would be a good asset to the Council using the knowledge and wisdom I have gained over the years and to help in any way to improve situations where a group get together is needed.


Margaret Parker

 

 

 

 

 

Constituency: Staff Elected Representing area: Nursing and Midwifery Email address: mailto:dgft.foundationmembers@nhs.net Contact details: (01384) 321124

Background/experience

I feel that I could help to improve The Dudley Group services for the whole of the Dudley community. I am committed to improving care and treatment over the whole community, in all areas. I have been working for the past 30 years for the NHS as a nurse in the Dudley area. For the last 17 years I was a JP (magistrate) in both Dudley and Wolverhampton, having retired in 2018. I was born, and have lived in Dudley all my life. I have a vast knowledge of the area, and I have a good understanding of people’s needs.  I have good communication skill, and I am a good team member.  I also have good problem solving skills.

I am looking for a new challenge, and feel that after working in the nursing and civil servant community, this would be ideal for me to get involved more in the development of the governor role. I feel I can make a positive contribution to the Trust, whilst also representing the views of the members to the best of my ability


Marlon Amulong

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Constituency: Staff Elected Representing area: Nursing and Midwifery Email address: mailto:dgft.foundationmembers@nhs.net Contact details: (01384) 321124

Background/experience

Elected May 2019 – Awaiting information

 


Karen Phillips

 

 

 

 

 

 

Constituency: Staff Elected Representing area: Non-Clinical Staff Email address: mailto:dgft.foundationmembers@nhs.net Contact details: (01384) 321124

Background/experience

I have been the Fundraising Manager for the Dudley Group NHS Charity since January 2010.  I hold high the view that a patient’s positive experience can greatly affect their well being and recovery. My role puts me in a great position to be able to talk to members of the public about their experiences and to also liaise with staff with regards to any key issues they may have. As a Governor representing non-clinical staff I would use these skills to ensure we get the same opportunities to have our say. The non-clinical staff play such an important role for the smooth running of our Trust; ensuring we have a voice with regards to our roles is vital. I recognise the importance of not only listening to my colleagues views but equally of passing those views on to the appropriate people. Having influence can only be of use if you make an impact. I believe I am a friendly approachable ambassador for my


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Constituency: Staff Elected Representing area: Nursing and Midwifery Email address: mailto:dgft.foundationmembers@nhs.net Contact details: (01384) 321124

Background/experience

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Dr Atef Michael

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Constituency: Staff Elected Representing area: Medical and Dental Email address:  – foundationmembers@dgh.nhs.uk Contact details: (01384) 321124

Background/experience

Elected May 2019 – awaiting updated information


Ann Marsh

 

 

 

 

Constituency: Staff Elected Representing area: Allied Health Professionals & Health Care Scientists Email address: mailto:dgft.foundationmembers@nhs.net Contact details: (01384) 456111 (ext. 1124)

Background/experience

I have been a Dietitian for 35 years and worked in Dudley for 33 of these. I am passionate about working in Dudley and being an Allied Health Professional (AHP). I feel honoured to represent AHPs and Health care scientists as a Trust staff governor.

Allied Health Professionals and Health Care Scientists (HCS) are a diverse group of highly trained autonomous practitioners that form a key part of multidisciplinary teams.

Allied Health Professionals and Health care scientists deliver high quality patient care; assessing, diagnosing, treating and discharging patients from primary prevention though to specialist disease management and rehabilitation.

I strongly believe that multidisciplinary team working is important for best patient care and want to highlight and promote the role of AHPs and Healthcare Scientists in the Trust.

My other love is food and providing patients with tasty nutritious food which they want to eat. This is important for patient’s recovery and to provide them with a positive experience of our Trust.