New Chief Officer for Orkney Health and Care

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Sally Shaw has been appointed to the role of Chief Officer for Orkney Health and Care, the Integration Joint Board that commissions and oversees community health and social care services in the islands.

She is currently interim Chief Officer at Aberdeen City Health and Social Care Partnership.

Coming from both a nursing and social work background Sally Shaw also has experience at a senior level in the third sector.

From 2013 Sally spent four years with the Care Inspectorate as Head of Strategic Inspection and led the team which carried out an inspection of health and social work services in Orkney for people over the age of 65.

Sally Shaw said:

“I got a really good feel for how integrated health and social care services are working in Orkney and many other areas of Scotland during my time with the Care Inspectorate.

“I lived in Sanday for a short time earlier in my career and always wanted to return to Orkney. I am delighted to have that opportunity as Chief Officer of Orkney Health and Care.”

Alistair Buchan, Council Chief Executive  said:

“I would like to congratulate Sally and we all wish her every success as she takes on this crucial and very demanding role.

“Sally brings a wealth of experience to the role which will equip her well for the challenges ahead.”

Gerry O’Brien, Chief Executive of NHS Orkney, said:

“I am delighted to welcome Sally to Orkney.  Sally has a wide range of skills and expertise and this will undoubtedly enhance our ability to move services and service planning forward.”

Sally Shaw is expected to take up her new role later in the summer.

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