Director of Fife's Health and Social Care Partnership appointed

Published: Wednesday 23 Oct 2019

Nicky Connor, Interim Director of Health and Social Care

Nicky Connor, Interim Director of Health and Social Care

Nicky Connor has been appointed as the Director of Health and Social Care in Fife.

Nicky brings with her a wealth of knowledge with over 20 years’ experience covering a diversity of public service roles including nursing, acute, specialist and community roles along with professional and clinical leadership to services within Fife’s communities and leading on regional and national work.

Chair of the Partnership’s Integration Joint Board (IJB), Cllr Rosemary Liewald said:   

“Following a rigorous recruitment process, I am really pleased that Nicky has been successful in this appointment to the permanent role, having previously been doing the interim role for the past few months. The seamless transfer of leadership will ensure the Partnership remains focused on delivering the strategic priorities and vision for the people of Fife.”

Tricia Marwick, Chair of NHS Fife Board added:

“Weare delighted to have appointed Nicky to the post of director of health and social care in Fife. Nicky has worked with Fife Health and Social Care Partnership since it was established and has been instrumental in driving forward a wide range of initiatives.”

Paul Hawkins, Chief Executive of NHS Fife commented:

“Developing a partnership approach to health and social care is a key priority and I’m delighted that Nicky has been appointed to the role to continue the great work that has been achieved. Having a strong understanding of the priorities for Fife, I’m sure Nicky will continue to steer the partnership in leading the way in Fife.”

Steve Grimmond, Chief Executive of Fife Council also added:

“I’m pleased that we have been able to appoint Nicky to the post of Director. The experience, knowledge and positive commitment that Nicky brings will ensure that the Partnership continues to focus on delivering the best health and social care services for Fife.”

On her successful appointment, Nicky added: “I am delighted to take up the role as director of Fife’s Health and Social Care Partnership. I see daily the exceptional staff we have, delivering high quality services to thousands of Fifers every day. I’m looking forward to leading the Partnership to continue to deliver and improve on the services and vision for Fife.”

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