Nottingham Hospitals Charity is pleased to welcome a new member to its Board of Trustees. Mandie Sunderland, Chief Nurse at Nottingham University Hospitals NHS Trust (NUH), has joined the Charity as its newest Trustee.
Mandie has worked at NUH since February 2015 and as Chief Nurse is responsible for almost 5,000 nurses and midwives at the Trust.
She says: “I’m looking forward to getting involved in the Charity and helping in any way I can. NUH is fortunate to have the support of such a dynamic Charity.
“For me, it is a particular privilege to become a Trustee because Nottingham Hospitals Charity has always been so supportive of nursing and midwifery development at NUH.”
Mandie’s clinical background as a Registered General Nurse has mostly been in Intensive Care environments, where she developed an interest in education and training, leading to posts in both professional and clinical practice development.
In 2013, she was named one of the 50 most influential women in the NHS by the Health Service Journal.
Everyone at Nottingham Hospitals Charity is pleased to welcome Mandie to her new role, which will involve helping to govern the Charity and maintain its close links with NUH.