Public Governors for Essex Mid and South

Toby Blunsten

The NHS is facing huge financial and operational pressures.  It has been said that several years of funding restraint and rising demand for services has meant that it is increasingly difficult for NHS services to maintain standards of care.

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Keith Bobbin

I am passionate about the NHS and I feel that everyone should have the benefit of using it

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Karen Brown

I have been working in various voluntary roles for the last 30 years, including being a publicly elected governor for the Braintree district over the last two years, working on the merger between NEP and SEPT.

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Andrew Hensman

Having been a Governor for Braintree up until the creation of EPUT, I intend to promote mental health and wellbeing.

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Bob Calver

I stood for election as a Governor because I know from my own experience that such commonplace problems as Anxiety and Depression affect not only the individual but their families.

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Judith Woolley

As a Pharmacist I specialised in mental Health and Learning Disabilities for the latter part of my career.

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Sam Rakusen

I am retired after a lifetime of working in large organisations and government ministries.

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Roy Birch

I was formerly a  SEPT Governor for the past three years.

 

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James Clarke

As a Governor I hope to contribute to an improving and sustainable health provision for the local community in Essex and to ensure that the needs of unpaid Carers are recognised and responded to in service planning and delivery.

 

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Shurleea Harding

I have spent a lifetime fighting for the rights of patients, particularly around mental health.

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