Appointed governors

Councillor Michael White (Hampshire County Council)

Bio to follow

Declaration of interests: none

 

Councillor Barrie Margetts (Southampton City Council)

Barrie MargettsI am the appointed councillor representative for Southampton City Council. I represent the Coxford Ward in the city and am an Emeritus Professor at the University of Southampton Medical School. My area of professional expertise is public health nutrition.

In the past I sat on the UHS nutrition steering group. As a city councillor I sit on our health and overview scrutiny panel. My particular interest as a governor is to focus on staff wellbeing and relations between UHS and local residents.

Declaration of interests: Member of Southampton City Council Health
Scrutiny Panel

 

Helen Eggleton (Southampton City Clinical Commissioning Group)

Helen EggletonI am the Southampton City Clinical Commissioning Group nominated representative to the Council of Governors. In the early 1990s, I trained as a therapy radiographer at The Royal Marsden Hospital.

With the exception of a couple of years working in health in Australia, I have had a variety of both clinical and managerial roles within the NHS. These roles have all included an emphasis on service development, quality improvement and the experiences for patient/relatives using local health care services.

Since 2013, I have been in the role of a quality manager for a CCG, working with many local healthcare providers including University Southampton Hospital. 

I hope this role will provide additional opportunities to work with the Trust to strive to ensure all patients receive the best possible care and experience from the hospital’s services they may need to use now and in the future.

Declaration of interests: none

 

Ellen McNicholas (West Hampshire Clinical Commissioning Group)

Ellen McNicholasEllen is the director of quality and nursing at West Hampshire CCG. She joined the CCG from Solent NHS trust where she was on secondment as operational director for community teams in Portsmouth. Her substantive post was deputy director of nursing.

Ellen trained in Glasgow and her main interests were general medicine and community nursing, but she also worked in intensive care. 

She has managed a range of services including prison healthcare, dentistry, community teams, GP out of hours services, walk-in centres and minor injury units and mental health care. She also spent nearly seven years away from nursing as a police officer.

Declaration of interests: none

 

Professor Mandy Fader (University of Southampton)

Bio to follow

Professor Julie Hall (Solent University)

Solent University Prof HallI am a huge supporter of the NHS and as deputy vice chancellor at Solent University Southampton I have led on creating new nursing and apprenticeship opportunities. As an experienced governor and trustee, I am proud to join the Council of Governors and look forward to representing patients, service users, staff and other stakeholders.

As a sociologist and Professor of Higher Education, I am particularly interested in leadership, professional development and training. I have led on several national projects to ensure universities work in partnership with students on changes to teaching and I believe there are parallels with a patient centred approach to health care provision.

I have always appreciated living and working  in a diverse and multicultural context, starting my teaching career in Tooting in South London and living in Brixton for many years with my husband and three children, while lecturing in London before moving to St Denys, Southampton when I became deputy vice chancellor at Solent.

In my day job I have ultimate responsibility for the student experience, for research and for the quality of the courses the university provides. I will bring my experience of strategic leadership and change management to the Council. I also chair the Southampton Co-operative Learning Trust that brings together several secondary and primary schools across the city and I sit on the Solent LEP Skills Advisory panel, representing higher education providers.

Declaration of interests: none