Trish qualified as a Nurse in 1997. Starting her career in general medicine before moving on to Coronary Care. Since 2005 Trish has worked in the community, firstly as a Community Nurse and then as District Nurse she has a wide range of clinical skills and delivered nursing care to a range of patients from wound care to end of life care. She moved into falls and rehabilitation services in 2014. She has 26 years’ experience working in the NHS, predominantly in adult community services delivering nursing and rehabilitation in both patient facing and operational leadership roles. Having worked with, and leading multi-disciplinary teams for many years she has an exceptional understanding of nursing and rehabilitation, and multi-disciplinary roles.
Trish brings with her experience of providing holistic assessment and planning treatment to adults with various health needs and frailty at varying stages of their health journey. Trish’s assessment skills are varied, and she has broad experience of complex conditions and life changing event that affect quality of life. After working in rehabilitation services for the past 9 years Trish understand the importance of rehab in a client’s journey to achieve better outcomes. Trish is client centred, outcome focused, a good analytical person, and is excellent at working collaboratively in challenging circumstances to meet the needs of patients and the service.
Trish has experience of recruiting and supervising a range of health disciplines. Trish also developed and delivered a falls prevention programme to staff across 30 Care homes.
Trish is registered with Nursing and Midwifery Council (NMC) and a practitioner member of BABICM.