Biography

Amanda joined GGI in 2020. She trained as a doctor completing her MBBS at Guy’s Hospital Medical School in 1985 before working in hospital and general practice. She has over 30 years experience of working in clinical practice, the third sector, public health and in senior NHS roles at director level in both commissioning and provider organisations.

She has led major strategic change programmes across large and complex health and care systems including major reconfigurations of acute services and multi-agency public health improvements. She has extensive experience of working in collaboration with partner organisations and stakeholders to deliver all aspects of service redesign and reconfiguration including successful outcomes from public engagement and consultation.

She has considerable experience in developing and implementing robust governance systems that enable organisations and systems to deliver their objectives and support collective decision making. She is passionate about supporting organisations to use clinical and corporate governance as a tool for improving organisational effectiveness. She believes that an analytical and evidence based approach combined with a clear customer focus and a practical approach to delivery makes a real difference to the success of organisations and the value they deliver.

Her recent consultancy work has included supporting NHS Board and Organisational Development, implementing improvements in quality, clinical and risk governance systems for NHS and private sector organisations and enabling the development of a cost effective service strategy for a regional tertiary service.