Cheryl Davies has worked for the NHS for over 18 years. Her background is in statistics and she has worked in information analysis both nationally and at a local commissioner level. Cheryl is a firm advocate of measurement for improvement to evidence impact of improvement and has featured in NHS Improvement measurement materials.
From 2007 -2018 she worked at University Hospital Southampton NHS Foundation Trust at a senior level holding Operational Manager roles within Ophthalmology and the Emergency Department, where she led and implemented service improvement projects, collaborating with staff and patients to deliver improvements in both flow and experience.
In recent years Cheryl has worked as a Business Manager and Project Manager, successfully project managing two national NHS Elect Projects; the development of Ambulatory Emergency Care Services including the development of new clinical pathways and a new build; and developing the Frailty at the Front Door model to provide a patient-centric frailty service direct from the Emergency Department to a frailty assessment unit. This generated a passion in improving services for the older population and led Cheryl to join the organisation as Programme Manager for Healthy Ageing.
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