We are lucky to have a proactive and innovative team of directors that are keen to work with trainees to provide the highest quality training and support them in their development.
Jayne Hiley, RGN, MSc
Jayne is a Registered Nurse, qualifying in 1982 at the Sheffield Teaching Hospitals. Following registration, Jayne undertook a number of post graduate studies and specialised in Haematology working in a variety of acute sector roles until securing a Practice Nurse post within a GP training practice in Sheffield.
Since 1993 Jayne has lived in North East Essex and from 1995 to 2000 worked as a Practice Nurse in General Practice in Harwich, then as an Advanced Nurse Practitioner following completion of a Master’s Degree in Advanced Clinical Practice at the University of Essex.
With the emergence of Primary Care Groups in 1999/2000 Jayne secured a Board position on Tendring PCG as Nurse Representative and was subsequently appointed as Clinical Governance Manager for Tendring PCT. Since that time, Jayne as secured a number of senior management posts within PCTs including Assistant Director of Primary Care and was responsible for the negotiation and delivery of the new General Practice, General Dental and General Ophthalmology Contracts. She was also the responsible officer for the GP Quality and Outcome Framework validation.
Jayne currently works as the Director of Operations and Quality for Anglian Community Enterprise which is a not for profit, employee owner Social Enterprise delivering community care and community hospital services across North East Essex. In this role; in addition to taking the Board level responsibility for all aspects of the Director of Nursing functions, Jayne is also responsible for the delivery of a wide range of services including the Urgent Treatment Service, Community Hospitals, Community Nursing and Therapy services, Specialist Community Services including MSK, Respiratory and Cardiac etc and a number of LD and H&WB Services spanning the wider Essex footprint.
Additionally, Jayne is working as one of the Senior Responsible Officers within the NEE Alliance (under the Suffolk and North East Essex STP) for the delivery of key components of the Alliance and STP Strategies.
In 2002 Jayne was appointed by the then East of England SHA; accountable to the Deanery, as GP Tutor for the Tendring patch. In this role Jayne predominantly supported GPs post graduate education and took the lead for implementing GP Appraisals within the Tending area. Jayne has also worked with many local practices in supporting them to achieve training status and in making primary care sustainable. For example, Jayne worked with a joint group from the SHA and LMC on an overseas GP recruitment campaign securing additional GPs from Italy into the local area.
Jayne completed the Post Graduate Certificate in Medical Education in 2005 and is committed to the development and sustainability of primary care.