Sarah Chalmers-Page is currently the owner of Chalmers-Page Consultancy, working with a range of providers across health, social care and the social enterprise sector in areas including service line strategy development, service improvement, tender development and service redesign. She has a strong track record in NHS Management, and spent four years at NICE.
Sarah has worked in the NHS, social care, and in the Human Services industry in the USA. She has considerable experience in the development and evaluation of patient centred services across primary and secondary care, and has developed major strategies and resilience planning for the NHS. She also enjoys facilitating training events, including in public involvement and project management, which she has done in the UK, Uganda and the USA. In addition, she has completed a qualification in Health Economics.
Responsible for the evaluation of the strategic link between University Hospital South Manchester and Gulu Regional Referral Hospital, Uganda, she was invited to develop a strategic overview of Gulu Regional Referral Hospital including a needs analysis to guide donor organisations. She led on the introduction of new products in the Medical Technologies Evaluation Programme at NICE, working at a national level, and helped QE Gateshead develop specialty level service strategies to prepare for a major strategic overhaul.