Jayne Phoenix


Jayne has over 30 years’ experience in the NHS and Social care. She is an experienced Board-level manager and clinician with extensive experience in operational management, strategy and commissioning, service transformation, large scale change, financial management and recovery, policy development and implementation, and integrated governance. She has worked in a range of settings including provider and commissioning roles in community, acute, joint health and social care, mental health, learning disability and prison health care, and continuing care.

She has particular skills in developing strategy, designing and leading service transformation and integration within trusts and across whole health and social care systems, specifically engaging clinicians and boards in enacting large scale change

Jayne has spoken at and taught on a number of programmes concerning governance, integration in acute and community services, and health care in criminal justice. She has chaired a number of regional and local fora in these and other fields. She has a particular interest in integrated care, social inclusion for all vulnerable people, equality and diversity agenda and global health.

Jayne is a qualified occupational therapist who specialised in neurology, neuropsychiatry and paediatrics , and was an experienced and qualified tutor. She has a Masters Degree in Social and Public Policy, and completed the Department of Health’s Academy for large scale change’ programme. She recently completed a course in Global health .