New Clinical Leadership Structure
Posted on October 24, 2016
LLR Alliance is delighted to announce new members of our Clinical Leadership Structure.
Bushra Parylo has joined as Alliance Matron, Emma Stamp as Outpatient Department
Senior Sister, and Emma Kemp has joined as Junior Sister in Loughborough.
Head of Nursing and Clinical Governance, Nichola Crust, said: “I am really pleased to be able to welcome our new starters to the team. We now have a robust structure in place determined to improve patient care.
Bushra Parylo has over 20 years of experience in healthcare, with roles ranging
from Staff Nurse to Senior Sister and Matron. She has spent a significant amount of her career working in cancer services, managing both inpatients and outpatient services.
She has also worked in general surgery as Matron, managing the inpatient wards and Surgical Acute Care Unit.
Bushra said: “I am honoured to be joining a ground-breaking organisation, who are striving to improve patient services”.
Senior Outpatient Sister, Emma Stamp, said: “Improving patient care and staff working lives are things I feel very passionately about”.
Emma has joined the Alliance from Hinckley and Bosworth Community Hospital, where she had been for eight years.
She previously worked at Glenfield Hospital in respiratory medicine, thoracic surgery and in the high dependency unit.
Emma and Bushra have been visiting Alliance sites to view what each site offers, and to hear the views of staff and patients.