NRC Director, National Rehabilitation Centre
Miriam is Programme Director for the National Rehabilitation Centre (NRC) programme and Chief Allied Health Professional (AHP) at Nottingham University Hospitals NHS Trust (NUH). Miriam has spent her career championing the positive impact of rehabilitation and the roles specifically that allied health professionals play in this service. Through the NRC she has developed a radically different and challenging clinical model which will expedite the patient journey, enhance their experience and improve their outcomes so that people can return in a more meaningful way to life and work. Miriam was appointed as NUH’s Chief AHP in September 2020, providing strategic leadership, ensuring quality services, professional standards of practice and development of people to reach their full potential. Miriam has held a number of key roles in the Trust – most notably establishing the East Midlands Major Trauma Centre (EMMTC) in 2012, where she was also appointed Director of Rehabilitation for the East Midlands region. During her time there the EMMTC benchmarked top in the country at NHS England peer review. Miriam also recently spent 18 months as Director of Operations at NUH, responsible for the emergency pathway and National Standards for this patient pathway. This broad a wide ranging role gave Miriam insight into regional and system relationships which has been invaluable in the NRC work. Miriam has been influential nationally in developing the rehabilitation prescription for all major trauma patients.
22-Nov-2023Theatre AThe National Rehabilitation Centre, Revolutionising Rehabilitation