Intermediate Care Consultation (Tue, 17th Oct 2017 - 6:30 pm) 

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  • Mr Alan  Dow

    Mr Alan Dow

    Organisation NHS Tameside and Glossop Clinical Commissioning Gr

    Position Chair

    Mr Alan Dow Biography
    Dr Alan Dow is Chair of NHS Tameside and Glossop Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) and is responsible for leading the CCG’s Governing Body and the Single Commissioning Function of the CCG. Alan has worked as a GP for 25 years, including over 20 years in Gamesley, Glossop. His interests include the causes of substance misuse and reducing health inequalities. He is also active in training new GPs. “I am very pleased to be at the helm of what are exciting and much needed changes for the NHS. My experience as a GP and my knowledge of local people and their health needs, gained from seeing patients on a day-to-day basis, is invaluable in helping me drive forward improvements across Tameside and Glossop. With a combined annual commissioning budget of £435 million, I am working with my CCG, clinical, local authority and social care colleagues to build effective relationships with local people and organisations. It is only by working together that we can improve healthy life-expectancy and ensure a successful future for the people of Tameside and Glossop”.
  •  Karen  James

    Karen James

    Organisation Tameside and Glossop Integrated Care NHS Foundatio

    Position Chief Executive

    Karen James Biography
    Prior to joining Tameside Foundation Trust as the Chief Executive, Karen was Chief Operating Officer at the University of South Manchester, Foundation Trust where she had been working since 2009. Karen began her NHS career as a nurse and worked in a number of general and service improvement management roles in Greater Manchester before becoming Executive Director of Operations and Performance at Pennine Acute Hospitals Trust, prior to moving to Aintree Foundation Trust as the Chief Operating Officer.
  • Cllr Brenda Warrington

    Cllr Brenda Warrington

    Position Executive Member (Adult Social Care and Wellbeing)

    Cllr Brenda Warrington Biography
    Speaker Details
    Attendance record
    Declarations of interest
    Register of interests
    Areas of responsibility Executive Member for Adult Social Care & Wellbeing Member of Denton District Assembly Member of Democratic Processes Working Group Member of Health & Wellbeing Board Outside bodies on behalf of the Council  Hospital Trust Council of Governors. Other outside bodies Prescotts Charity Trust
  •  Jessica Williams

    Jessica Williams

    Organisation Care Together Tameside and Glossop

    Position Programme Director

    Jessica has worked in a variety of health and social care settings, gaining a wide breadth of knowledge and experience since she started her career as a receptionist at Central Middlesex Hospital in 1991. 4 years later, Jessica moved to St. Marys, Paddington as General Manager for Women and Childrens Services. This was then followed by working on an acute provider merger, then moving to Imperial College to learn more about the Research and Education agenda before taking up her first Board role in 2002 and expanding into the forensic mental health field at West London Mental Health Trust. Jessica moved to the North West in 2007 and moved into a director role at Manchester Mental Health and Social Care Trust. After 4 years, Jessica then wished to develop a deeper understanding of primary care, commissioning and the Greater Manchester agenda and so developed and led the primary care transformation team on behalf of NHS England. Jessica was offered the position of Programme Director for Tameside and Glossop Integrated Care programme and started work on this extensive, exciting and innovative programme in September 2015.