Following applications and an interview process involving strong candidates from an international field, East Midlands Ambulance Service (EMAS) Chairman, Pauline Tagg, has appointed Sue Noyes (right) as Chief Executive.
Sue joined EMAS as Interim Chief Executive in October 2013, and has more than 20 years’ experience in the NHS.
Chairman, Pauline Tagg said, “We had strong candidates from an international field apply for the Chief Executive role. Sue has a proven track record of working with staff to help them achieve their full potential and improve services for patients and communities.
“As with most public services there are still big challenges to face and we have strong plans in place to address them. Together with the continued backing of our Commissioners and stakeholders, and the support and tremendous hard work of all our colleagues, I am confident that Sue will continue to move EMAS in the right direction.”
Sue Noyes, EMAS Chief Executive, said, “I am delighted. We have started a journey here at EMAS, and I’d like to thank all our staff, volunteers, stakeholders and our patients for their support to the organisation, and to me personally over the last eighteen months. I very much look forward to working with them in the future.”