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News: New Strategic Partnerships Director appointed to NHFT

New Strategic Partnerships Director appointed to NHFT

Lucy and angela photoNEWS SUMMARY:

  • Northamptonshire Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust (NHFT) appointed Lucy Dadge to the new role of Director of Strategic Partnerships
  • Lucy joined NHFT on 8 August 2016
  • NHFT are pleased to welcome Lucy to the Trust and the Board of executive and non-executive directors.

DETAIL:

Northamptonshire Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust (NHFT) is pleased to announce the appointment of Lucy Dadge to the new position of Director of Strategic Partnerships.  Lucy joined NHFT on 8 August 2016.

Lucy has more than 20 years NHS experience and 10 years of those at Director level.  Lucy has a wealth of NHS knowledge from working in the acute sector, Strategic Health Authority and local and central government.  Lucy was Director of Transformation for the Mid Nottinghamshire CCGs and more recently Programme Director for the Nottinghamshire STP footprint. As Director of Transformation Lucy worked across health, social care and the voluntary sector to develop a new model of integrated care and secured a Vanguard site for Mid Nottinghamshire.  In her role within NHFT Lucy’s expertise will enable further development in partnership working across the Trust with our existing partners, stakeholders and future partners.  Lucy will work closely with other system colleagues on the countywide Sustainable Transformation Plan.

Angela Hillery, NHFT Chief Executive said: “We are delighted to welcome Lucy to NHFT and look forward to working with her and using her expertise and NHS experience.  Lucy’s skills and strategic background is important to the Trust and the local economy.”

Lucy said: “Since joining NHFT I have been encouraged by the openness and transparency across the Trust at all levels and sincerely look forward to working as part of team NHFT and building on the partnerships already in place with health and social care as well as encouraging future partners.”

Lucy also brings experience as a Non-Executive Director with a large regional social housing provider and a federation of successful regional Further Education colleges.  Lucy looks after her own health and wellbeing by participating in a wide range of sporting activities with her family, including Triathlons.

Image: Lucy Dadge is welcomed to NHFT by Chief Executive Angela Hillery

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