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“I started my 12 month secondment as Deputy Director of HR at the beginning of April.

I’ve worked in the NHS for over 20 years. Mainly in Trusts in England and Wales within operational HR roles.

The only exceptions have been my last two roles. Before coming to ASPH I wa s Regional Head of HR for the London Region of NHS England and prior to that I worked for the Strategic Health Authority, NHS London, both based at Victoria in London.

I’m really pleased to be back at the frontline of patient care and I hope that I can use my experience to contribute to the ongoing development of the Trust and its priorities.

I live in North London with my wife Silvia, who works for NHS England and is Spanish. So I am lucky enough to spend a few weekends away each year visiting family in Madrid. When I’m not at work I like to watch football and rugby union and I probably spend too much time going to see live music.

I’m based at St Peter’s Hospital in the Executives corridor so please say hello if you are passing or, more importantly, help me out if I look lost walking around the sites as I am still finding my way round .”


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Our team at St. Peter’s hospital has created a carefully thought out Wish List of toys that will distract and amuse children while they wait to get better and return home.

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Our partnering work with Surrey County Council’s Youth Offending Services

On Tuesday 27th August the High Sheriff of Surrey, Bridget Biddell, paid a special visit to St Peter’s Hospital in Surrey to learn more about the Trust’s partnership with Surrey County Council’s Youth Offending Services; particularly the carpentry projects undertaken by young people referred to Youth Offending Services, to make items for the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) and the Stroke Rehabilitation service.


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3000th baby born in Abbey Birth Centre at St Peter’s Hospital

On Thursday 8th August at 20:48 Sheena Parmar from Addlestone gave birth to her second child, a healthy baby boy, named Dylan, who was the 3000th baby to be born in the Abbey Birth Centre at St Peter’s Hospital, Chertsey. Dylan was delivered by Midwife Angela Affinito, weighing 6lb 6oz.


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Lullaby Hour at St Peter’s Hospital

The Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) at St Peter’s were delighted to recently be joined by professional singer and ukulele player, Emma Stevens, for Lullaby Hour. Lullaby Hour is an award winning project created by the Music in Hospitals & Care charity that brings calming music into hospital wards to help aid sleep and recovery for babies.


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Human Factors: How we behave and think at work

We are all human and all make mistakes at some point. No one comes to work to do a bad job or make a mistake, but in the healthcare sector simple human error can have devastating consequences for patients, their family and staff.

Human factors look at the reasons why mistakes happen and ways in which systems, environments and behaviours can be adjusted to reduce the risk of error ... read this week's message