Emma Galloway named Divisional Nurse for Clinical Speciality Services

Emma Galloway has been appointed as Divisional Nurse for Clinical Speciality Services (formerly Clinical Specialities) at the Trust.

In this role, Emma will oversee nursing leadership for all services within the division, which includes theatres, diagnostics and outpatients, as well as lead on the collective areas’ quality strategy and safety standards.

A nurse of almost 30 years’ experience, Emma is originally from Whitehaven, Cumbria, and began her nursing career in 1994 at the West Cumberland Hospital. After qualifying in March 1997, she moved to South Yorkshire to work as a Staff Nurse on Neuro Intensive Care at the Royal Hallamshire Hospital.

Emma’s dedication and passion for nursing led her to progress in her career, working in General Intensive Care at the Royal Hallamshire Hospital in 2000, and later joining the Northern General Hospital Intensive Care Unit in 2011.

In January 2016, Emma joined DBTH as a Senior Sister, further progressing to Deputy Matron and then to Matron and finally Head of Nursing for Clinical Specialities.

Karen Jessop, Chief Nurse at DBTH, congratulated Emma on her appointment, stating: “We are delighted to have Emma Galloway take on the role of Divisional Nurse for Clinical Speciality Services. Emma’s extensive experience, dedication, and leadership qualities make her the ideal candidate for this position. I have every confidence that Emma will excel in her new role, and I look forward to working closely with her to further enhance the quality of care we provide to our patients.”

Expressing her excitement about her new role, Emma said: “I am truly honoured to be appointed as the Divisional Nurse for Clinical Speciality Services at DBTH. This opportunity allows me to contribute to the advancement of nursing practices and ensure the highest standards of patient care within our Division. I am committed to working closely with our talented nursing team to drive excellence, promote innovation, and continue to make a positive impact on the lives of our patients and their families.”