About Us

Healthcare HR Solutions is a social enterprise supporting people who look after people.

We know the health sector well. Our work is rewarding because keeping health organisations strong and effective allows the highest levels of care to be given to patients. We believe our solutions are now more valuable than ever and provide the answer to the concerns raised by the extensive NHS reforms.

Our team of experts help your organisation to make effective improvements and changes because:

  • We place professionals in healthcare organisations who who can hit the ground running and relieve the pressure from management teams.
  • We can help deliver the outputs required that have been highlighted to the organisation via processes such as patient and staff satisfaction surveys 
  • We encourage the economic responsibilities during transitions by adhering to the cost cutting ethos that inspired the recent health service reforms.

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Our Advisory Board Members

Professor Steven West

Steve-West-2Steven West started his career as a Podiatrist and Podriatic surgeon and later entered academia as a lecturer, then senior lecturer. He joined the University of West England Bristol in 1995 as Dean of the Faculty of Health and Social Care and Professor of Health and Social Care. In this post he merged three Colleges of Health into a new Faculty, establishing one of the largest Faculties of Health and Social Care in the UK. He become Pro Vice-Chancellor of UWE Bristol in 2005, Deputy Vice-Chancellor in 2006 and took up the post of Vice-Chancellor in 2008, aged just 46. Steven has recently been appointed as President of Business West, responsible for bridging the gaps between business, education, health and the community in support of the regional health, wealth and growth agenda. He is the Independent Chair reviewing the future of Acute Health Services for Bristol and Interim Chair of the West of England Academic Health Service Centre. In March 2012, he was appointed Deputy-Lieutenant for Gloucestershire.

Dr Anne Limb OBE

anne limbAnne Limb has worked at most senior levels across public, private and voluntary sectors. In her role as Group Chief Executive and main board director of the University for Industry (Ufi Ltd) she was responsible for the successful implementation of UK Government’s e-learning initiative learndirect. In 2008, Anne was appointed as Chair of the Milton Keynes Partnership, charged with overseeing long term sustainable growth in Milton Keynes. Since February 2008, she has served as a Non Executive Director of Milton Keynes Hospital NHS Foundation Trust. Anne is also Chair of the Helena Kennedy Foundation and Milton Keynes Arts for Health. She has an honorary Fellowship of the City and Guilds of London Institute and a doctorate from AngliaRuskinUniversity in recognition of her contribution to the learning and skills sector. Anne is Deputy-Lieutenant for Buckinghamshire and was appointed OBE for public service and education in the 2011 Queen’s Birthday Honours list.

Professor Jack Fallow

Jack-FallowJack Fallow was formerly a director in one of the UK’s largest utilities in three different functions – human resources, operations and service engineering. He was founder and chairman of GasForce Ltd, an employee owned business. He currently serves as a Director for Globis Ltd, a mediation specialist company. His special focus areas include mediation, leadership, executive mentoring and coaching. He also has particular interest in complexity theory and how it contributes to understanding organisations, their structure and values. He is the founder of the Magna Carter Institute. Jack is also Trustee of the National Youth Jazz Orchestra. Jack was made a Professor of Brunel University Business School in 2009.

What is a social enterprise?

A social enterprise is an organisation with two priorities – primarily dedicated to achieving outcomes in the community or the environment, while secondarily also earning revenue.

Revenue is important to maintain the efforts of the organisation, but the mission of the organisation is central to the way it operates. Profits can be reinvested into the community, the environment or back into the organisation itself to continue the mission.