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Cath Comley - President

I started my training in Set 519 in January 1990 at what was then The London Hospital. It was only a few months later that the 'Royal' was added as part of the 250th anniversary. We followed the training many of you will be familiar with-time in the College of Nursing followed by time on the wards. We rotated between Whitechapel and Mile End as well as spending time at St Clements and out in the community. I qualified in March 1993 and spent the next five years working on Royal and Sophia in neurosurgery. In 1998 I moved to Stepping Hill Hospital as a bed manager and later as a senior sister on a male surgical ward. Sadly in 2005 a couple of injuries meant I could no longer work full time on the wards and I moved to the PCT. There I worked providing clinical input to their referrals call centre and coordinating the care of patients going through the local privately run surgical centre. I then moved into commissioning becoming responsible for leading children and maternity care. With the advent of the Clinical Commissioning Group(CCG) I became an Area Business Manager working closely with a group of GP practices supporting them in the ever changing landscape of primary care and I continue in this role. I have been involved in the League for a number of years serving on the Exec. Many of you will have contacted me for your lunch tickets for meetings. As well as this I have taken the Minutes at Exec meetings, served on the Benevolent Committee and been assistant Editor of The Review

Cath took up office on 26 September 2017


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