Dr Buki Adeyemo, Interim Chief Executive, North Staffordshire Combined Healthcare NHS Trust, has been elected to the Board of the Mental Health Network, NHS Confederation.
The NHS Confederation’s Mental Health Network is the voice of NHS-funded mental health and learning disability service providers and commissioners in England. The network promotes excellence in mental health services and the importance of good mental health for individuals, populations and communities.
Dr Adeyemo has joined the Board as a NHS Chief Executive Representative, and said:
“I am proud to have the opportunity to really make a difference in terms of sharing what we know and to learn from others, and bringing that all together for further improvements across the system through the Mental Health Network Board.
“We can learn so much from our peers and colleagues, to influence change for the better and to champion best practice and innovation in the mental health sector.
“There is so much good work happening out there, and ongoing learning also provides us with the opportunity for continued improvements. Everyone wants to work together for the common goal of ensuring the absolute best care is delivered.”
Read Dr Buki Adeyemo’s interview with the NHS Confederation here.
Find out more about the Mental Health Network here.