Service Development Project Manager

Deborah started her NHS career in 1977 - 41 years ago as a Trained Enrolled Nurse, became a Registered Nurse in 1985 and then progressed as a Staff Nurse working for an acute hospital in Portsmouth. In 1990 she moved to work in the community as a Community Registered Nurse. In 1995 Deborah completed her district nursing degree and became a District Nursing Sister working in The Witterings area. In 2002 she decided on a career change from clinical practice and moved into project management. Deborah currently project managers the CQUINS for Sussex Community which focuses on quality improvement and innovation.

Why Deborah loves the NHS and Sussex Community

"The NHS is a great service - open to all. It has improved over the years that I've worked for the NHS. During my career I've been able to progress and develop and I work with so many different people across different disciplines and professions. Sussex Community is a great place to work - it offers a lot of flexibility. The organisation really cares about its staff and there is good two-way communication across all staff and management. It's an open and approachable place to work."

Celebrating NHS70

"I'll be raising a glass on the official birthday on 5th July and I think our team is going to bring in cakes to share."