King's Mill & Mansfield Community Hospitals
Roz has worked for the Trust for over 30 years. Roz is currently Partnership Working Staff Side Lead and represents staff on a variety of issues from grievances and disciplinaries to workforce changes.
Dilip is currently employed as a Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon at King's Mill and Newark Hospitals.
These are hard times for the NHS at every level, which presents challenges for the Trust and believe's that it is vital to hold the Board to account - ensuring that quality, safety and staff wellbeing remain central to decisions. During Morgan's decade with the Trust he has had roles ranging from direct care, teaching, patient safety and latterly working with colleagues to bring supportive, efficient and safe clinical digital services to the coal face. Morgan believe's that his wide experience across all divisions mean's he is very able to act as a strong staff voice in the Governor role.
Samantha is a registered nurse, and joined the surgical team at Newark Hospital in 1997, in that time she has worked on the surgical ward and has managed the Mercia Doughty Pre-Operative Assessment Centre at Newark Hospital since 2003. Samantha is very proud of the team at Newark Hospital and has been honoured to represent the team as a Staff Governor. Many changes have occurred on the Newark Hospital site, but thanks to the continued passion and dedication of all the staff, Newark Hospital continues to be dedicated to providing outstanding care to all of our patients.
Angie became one of the Newark Hospital Staff Governors in order to ensure that staff views and concerns are heard and taken into account, when decisions affecting all areas and aspects of the Trust are made.
Ron became a volunteer at King’s Mill Hospital in 2001 working in the Orthopaedic clinic. In 2002 Ron and three other volunteers pioneered working in A & E, 15 years later Ron is still there giving a hand to help the Emergency Department to keep the patients within the 4 hour turnaround time. In 2004 ron became the Chairman of the King's Mill Volunteers and is very proud to serve them for 12 years. Ron was particularly pleased that as the Chairman he was able to quell volunteer fears that there would be no replacement cafe to continue the invaluable service they offered. When our new hospital was in the planning and design stage Ron was able to negotiate with the Modernisaion of Acute Service Project Director space within the new build for our highly successful Daffodil Cafe. Ron has been a King's Mill and Mansfield Community Hospital Volunteer Governor since 2010 and a member of the Safety and Experience Committee during that period. Ron is looking forward to continuing helping the Trust reach its goal of Outstanding.