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Sarah Delooze

Quality Improvement Project Co-Ordinator

Sarah has finally found her calling in the NHS at Warrington and Halton Teaching Hospitals Quality Improvement Team after trying out a number of different careers.

Why did you choose to work in the NHS?

After trying and failing at a number of different careers, I had a real heart to heart with my dad who suggested I look into becoming a medical secretary. This idea excited me greatly because I have always been interested in medicine but didn’t think I could become a doctor or make a very good nurse. The rest is history. 

Tell us about your role? 

As part of the Quality Improvement Team I am responsible for assisting with projects across the trust, providing advice and tools to help the project leads achieve their goals. I also assist with training members of staff in Quality Improvement (Q methodology and spreading the word about how QI can help everyone make controlled and sustainable changes. 

What do you most enjoy about your role? 

My role within the Quality Improvement Team  is a very positive and interesting position to work in. I love that my job is so different every day and I am proud to tell people that I work for the NHS. 

What would you say to someone thinking about a career in the NHS? 

For anyone thinking of joining the NHS, I would encourage them to apply! The people who work within the NHS, particularly at Warrington and Halton Teaching Hospitals, are incredibly dedicated, caring and kind. 

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