Birmingham and Solihull LETC
Birmingham and Solihull LETC Information and Resources
Tracy Taylor- Chair
Tracy is chief executive of Birmingham Community Healthcare NHS Trust, which provides more than 130 community and specialist healthcare services across Birmingham and the West Midlands.
It is one of the largest community healthcare providers in England, with around 5,000 staff working in people’s homes, clinics and hospitals, and delivering more than two million patient interactions each year. Services are provided for people of all ages, from childhood and throughout adult life.
The organisation, which has 11,000 public members, also manages healthcare facilities which include Moseley Hall Hospital, Birmingham Dental Hospital and the West Midlands Rehabilitation Centre
Birmingham & Solihull LETC Workforce Development Specialist - Stuart Baird
Stuart Baird's role involves working between HEE (West Midlands local team) and the LETC Chair and members to lead the strategic development of local priorities and ensure the LETC plays an active role in the West Midland’s core activities of workforce planning and education commissioning. The role also involves working closely with our West Midlands team and LETC members and portfolio leads for the operational delivery of LETC objectives in conjunction with the development of an effective provider-led system. Key deliverables include developing the LETC’s contribution to the delivery of the HEE Mandate and local Sustainability and Transformation Plans (STPs) and working to create effective working partnerships to enable the workforce to deliver high quality care.
Stuart has substantial workforce planning and development experience across health and social care, having joined the NHS in 2002 and going on to work within mental health, adult social care and for acute and community providersa nd can eb contacted on teh following;
T: 07792 997 542
This Page was last updated on: 9 November 2015
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