Stu’s career began as a Therapy Radiographer treating patients with cancer. He has over 20 years of healthcare experience in both the NHS and private sectors working closely with all disciplines and levels to achieve better service and outcomes for patients.
Stu’s role is to engage with, consult and support NHS partners to create capacity solutions via Virtual Ward and Hospital at Home services. This includes day to day support and management of existing services to ensure they are being utilised to capacity and provide our NHS partners with regular updates and reporting.
Stu says: “HomeLink keep the patient at the centre of all they do. I am proud to be part of this growing organisation that will always maintain exemplary standards and put the care of individuals first.“Email Stu about your Hospital at Home requirement
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