A MEDICAL director has been appointed to help drive forward patient service improvements across part of Greater Manchester and East Cheshire.
Professor Mo Baguneid, a vascular and endovascular surgeon, will work with medical directors from East Cheshire, Stockport, Tameside and South Manchester NHS trusts to improve health services for a population of 1.3 million.Â
The four NHS organisations have a combined income of over Â£1 billion and between them run Macclesfield, Stepping Hill, Tameside and Wythenshawe hospitals.Â They established the â€˜Southern Sector Partnershipâ€™ to share knowledge, skills and some services for improvements and more efficient ways of working.
Professor Baguneid is leaving his post as Chief of General and Vascular Surgery at Mafraq Hospital in Abu Dhabi to take up this unique role. He will lead on clinical collaboration across the four organisations to develop the highest-quality, safe services for local people.
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