Nua Healthcare Appoints Alan Rosenbach as Head of The Clinical Governance Committee
Nua Healthcare is delighted to announce the appointment of Alan Rosenbach as a Non-Executive Board member and Head of our Clinical Governance Committee.
Effective from January 2019, Alan joins Nua Healthcare at an exciting time in our development as we continue to grow and develop our services. Alan’s proven track record of focussing on quality and governance will add strength to Nua’s unwavering commitment to deliver high quality services that continuously improve, develop and deliver positive outcomes to the people we support.
Alan joins Nua as an already highly regarded and respected Board member. He brings with him valuable experience having held various non-executive roles within the UK’s public and private health and social care sectors. Between 2009 and 2015 Alan also worked for the Care Quality Commission (CQC) in England as a policy advisor. During his time with CQC he led on their registration and regulation of intellectual disability and autism services. Alan’s background has also involved him working with national government programmes including those focussing on the transformation of mental health, autism and intellectual disability services in the UK.
In each of his roles, Alan has ensured that the voices of people using services are heard and that their views help to inform the journey of continuous improvement. Alan also recognises the importance of having a skilled, professional and dedicated workforce. We look forward to working with Alan to ensure that Nua Healthcare’s services are delivered to the highest possible standard and to the benefit of the people we are privileged to support.