Clinical and Managing Director
Jill has extensive leadership experience in both hospital and community care. She has held a range of senior positions within NHS, Independent and Third Sector organisations, working successfully at both operational and strategic levels, focused on developing new ways of working and leading large multidisciplinary teams, improving patient care, outcomes, quality, safety and experience. Her previous roles have included: Chief Nurse and Director of Nursing with national remits; at regional level Deputy Director / Programme Lead for Earlier Diagnosis and as a Specialist Commissioner; and as the Cancer Clinical Lead / Consultant Nurse for an NHS Trust.
Head of Clinical Development
Jane has a nursing background, primarily in the community setting, with extensive experience in service improvement, service integration, workforce redesign and clinical governance.
Jane has worked in senior management positions, in operational roles as well as at strategic levels, in the NHS and independent sector, leading on and participating in a wide range of healthcare programmes at national, regional and local levels.
Head of Business Development
Andy has gained a deep understanding of the challenges facing healthcare providers and commissioners and introduced innovative approaches to patient centered care. In particular he has explored with care providers and commissioners how new care models combined with technology can be used to enable better and more cost effective care in the most appropriate setting. Prior to joining HomeLink Healthcare Andy had senior roles at IBM, United Health and Healthcare at Home
Rajesh has extensive experience working in the health and adult social care industry. As Senior Scheduler for MediHome he made a major contribution towards demand planning and resource management. As new contracts were awarded for NHS ‘Hospital at Home Services’ Rajesh took on responsibility for operational leadership.
Clinical Governance and Quality
Sue is an experienced coach, facilitator and organisational development specialist. Previously a Director of Nursing and Chief Executive in the NHS and a senior fellow at the King’s Fund, Sue’s particular expertise lies in coaching, leadership development and programme design and delivery. She has a particular interest in clinical and systems leadership, integrated care and quality improvement.
Clinical Development Facilitator
Caroline is a widely experienced registered general nurse having worked in community settings offering recovery at home care to private and NHS patients in their own homes. Caroline is an expert in the delivery of IV therapy, cannulation, phlebotomy and complex wound care.