Tracey has almost 40 years’ experience and has had many diverse roles including: ITU, Resus, Critical Care Outreach, Matron, Head of Nursing, Deputy Chief Nurse and Associate Chief Nurse. She is highly motivated and is committed to providing high quality, dynamic and individualised care.
Tracey joined us back in April 2022, initially to launch our new service at The Queen Elizabeth Hospital, King’s Lynn, known as QEH at Home and her role now supports Clinical Leads in providing the required service within each of our partner hospitals in the East of England.
Tracey had previously worked at the Hospital as Associate Chief Nurse in the Corporate Nursing team. Since leaving the Queen Elizabeth Hospital, King’s Lynn in 2019 Tracey led a programme to support and up-skill nursing staff at Newmarket Hospital to be able to confidently take patients who were sub-acute in order to utilise more acute beds for the trust during the pandemic and has most recently been leading a staff vaccination programme at the West Suffolk NHS Foundation Trust.
Sam Sherrington, Deputy Director for Community Nursing at NHS England visited us at St. Mary’s Hospital to see how HomeLink Healthcare services work in practice. She was glowing in her praise of the service we deliver. Watch the video here!Read more
A recent feasibility assessment concluded that implementing Hospital at Home services would free up significant numbers of inpatient beds.Read more
Read about the benefits of admission avoidance to patients.Read more
Patients are assessed by a HomeLink Healthcare physiotherapist in the care home within 72 hours of admission and start receiving physiotherapy and re-ablement immediately.Read more
hospitals are increasingly looking towards Hospital at Home services to free up beds ahead of winter. Find out how we can help with seasonal resilience,Read more