Archives: Speakers.

Jim Pierce

Jim Pierce is the Development Director for Darwin Group, joining the company in 2010. He has over 25 years of experience within a sales and customer service environment and is responsible for all Sales Development & Marketing operations within the company. Jim is a member of the Chartered Institute of Building (CIOB) and the Institute… Read more »

Tom Wright

Tom is Director of Sustainability at CLCH, with responsibility for the delivery of the organisation’s Green Plan and net zero pathway.  The role encompasses the full range of sustainability workstreams from sustainable models of care to estates, procurement and travel and transport. The role also involves collaboration with Integrated Care System sustainability programmes across the… Read more »

John Handscomb

John Handscomb is a Partner at Akerlof. As an expert in MMC, he has been part of industry leading initiatives, such as the Value Toolkit, providing advice on over £3bn healthcare schemes.

Jamie Hillier

Jamie Hillier is also a Partner at Akerlof. He has advised Government on policy relating to MMC, developed the MMC strategies for the MoJ and is a technical author of the Construction Innovation Hub’s Platform Rulebook.

Kevin Glass

Kevin is the Managing Director at Stirling Medical, who is always looking at innovating and making things easier and better for healthcare professionals, today and into the future.  With over 20 years experience of working in the medical and healthcare sector, Kevin has seen what good and bad looks like, and is passionate at sharing… Read more »

Phil Greenough

I have worked in Facilities Management for over 17 years and 10 of those years I was part of an award winning PFI hospital project managing a team of facilities staff.  My Senior Management roles have included working as a Senior AP and AE for multiple disciplines on multiple hospital sites. I have developed successful… Read more »

Paul Harris

Paul Harris a chartered engineer, director of Harris Associates Ltd which is responsible for carrying out specialist healthcare designs, surveys and compliance audits/reviews. Paul is currently Chair of the IHEEM ETP and has represented IHEEM on the production of BS 7671 since 2003 and has represented the UK on international healthcare engineering matters since 2014.

Caroline Finlay

Caroline oversees the Apprenticeship training and schemes in MTS and provided the resilience to the London; Manchester and other Nightingale hospitals in the commissioning of Medical Equipment. Caroline has worked within the NHS for 17 years and the private sector for 23 years and is championing the development of young personnel into the profession.

Andrew Frost

Andrew Frost and Ruth Strickland (COO) of MTS are leading on the development of key parameters of evaluation for NZC for Medical Equipment for the NHS. As Trust advisors to a large number of the NHP Schemes and other progressive NHS Trusts; coupled with the NHS Programme, this is an imperative for the NHS.