Alan Walsh - Engagement Officer
Alan joined the team in May 2019. Alan has worked for the Healthwatch network since 2014, in varying roles across the country. Alan coordinates the Enter & View programme and supports our wider Engagement Programme to ensure that the public are telling us about their experiences of NHS services in the area.
Sara Firth - Engagement Officer
Sara joined the team in July 2019. She believes that receiving comments from patients and the public is an effective tool in getting services right. Sara values positive and negative feedback on services. She feels that when experiences are used in a meaningful way by service commissioners and providers, they can inform and shape services and improve their quality.
Joy Mills - Engagement Officer
Joy began working at Healthwatch Bradford and District in October 2019. Prior to this she has worked with Community Action Bradford and District for ten years. She has also been an Authorised Representative Enter and View volunteer at another local Healthwatch. She loves working with volunteers and meeting people in voluntary groups across the Bradford District.
Amanda Szekely - Communications and Insight Officer
Amanda joined the team in November 2019. Her role is to raise awareness of our work across the district. This involves supporting the provision of clear information for signposting and making sure that local communities understand what our role is and how best to reach us with queries or concerns. Amanda is keen to produce co-ordinating messages for Healthwatch Bradford and District's different audiences, be they service users, partner organisations, health or social care providers.
Rachel Stanton - Project Officer
Rachel joined the team in July 2019, leading on our new project: Happy, Healthy, at Home. The project follows the Big Conversation we undertook in 2017 as is delivered in partnership with NHS Bradford District and Craven Clinical Commissioning Groups. She is passionate about valuing diversity and difference, reducing poverty and improving people’s quality of life through working with communities and people. Rachel has extensive experience of working in health and voluntary and community sector projects.