New Non-Executive Director announced

Helen Teague, Non-executive Director NHS Improvement has appointed Helen Teague as a new Non-Executive Director at University Hospitals Plymouth NHS Trust, with effect from Saturday 1 June 2019.

Helen describes herself as a proud Plymothian who returned to Plymouth 12 years ago, having worked for a number of years in London.  Helen is an experienced HR leader and strategist, seasoned organisational designer and developer and executive coach.  She has worked as a senior leader, coach and advisor in both public and private sector organisations.  Most recently Helen was the Head of Performance and Change at the University of Plymouth before setting up her own business dedicated to organisational development and executive coaching.

Speaking following her formal appointment, Helen said “It’s a privilege to join the Board at this time and bring my skills and experience to contribute to the vital work of this Trust within a community that I care about immensely.   I find the Trust’s vision for the “provision of excellent care, with compassion, wrapped around people’s individual needs” compelling and have great respect for the staff within the Trust already bringing this vision to life.”

Richard Crompton, Chairman of University Hospitals Plymouth NHS Trust, said: “I am delighted to welcome Helen to join our Board. Her extensive experience in the area of human resources and organisation development will be a great asset to our Trust.”

Non-executive appointments to NHS Trusts made by NHS Improvement are subject to the Code of Practice of the Commissioner for Public Appointments. 

Helen has been appointed from 1 June 2019 to 31 May 2023. She is entitled to receive a remuneration of £6,157 per annum. She has declared no political activity in the last five years. 


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