LHP’s Chief Operating Officer on the move
One of the first people to work at Liverpool Health Partners is moving on.
Rosalind Way, LHP’s Chief Operating Officer, has had a successful six years delivering crucial work, including growing the team and partnership members. She is leaving LHP on secondment to join the Cheshire and Merseyside Health Care Partnership as the Director of Transformation and Innovation.
Rosalind said: “I am excited for the future, developing the relationships built through my work at LHP and continuing to work with a range of brilliant people to progress aims of the Cheshire and Merseyside HCP.”
Rosalind has developed strong foundations for LHP, establishing the importance of collaborative work in the partnership and securing international links. This has been demonstrated most recently in the signing of the Memorandum of Understanding between LHP and the Xi'an Taikang Hospital Management Group, in the increase in LHP member numbers from nine to 12, and in creating and maintaining the successful Health is Wealth conference.
She has worked to drive forward a number of important initiatives, ensuring LHP responds to changing population and business needs, strengthening the Liverpool City Region’s position as a centre of healthcare excellence.
In her new role, Rosalind will assist the Partnership in supporting clinical changes informed by best practice, identifying opportunities for change, and providing innovative thinking. An important part of this will be in the establishment of the Cheshire and Merseyside Academy which will be a clinically led function, empowering clinicians to overcome barriers and supporting change at scale and pace.
Rosalind leaves LHP at an exciting time, with the Joint Research Service approaching its implementation phase, and, following Rosalind’s steer in direction, the new phase of LHP is underway.
More information about the next phase of LHP can be found here: http://www.liverpoolhealthpartners.org.uk/news/news-article.php?id=152.