Pamela Harper Elliott

Having previously had a career in the Creative/Performing Arts, and gaining a Masters Degree with Distinction at Goldsmith’s,  Pam began her career in the NHS in 2001. She did this while still at University doing a post-graduate Research Degree in Methods of Creativity and their application in performance and non-performance related settings.  She was able to combine IT Networking within a role of an Assistant Practice Manager in the same year.

She moved on to full time practice management in 2006 and then Business and Strategic management in 2007 at other Practices. In these roles she was able to develop her skills in project management with successful bids and completion of major capital and recurrent spend projects for building refurbishments as well as the development of new patient-focused tiertiary services.

As part of her continuing professional development, Pam is a Senior Graduate of the Landmark Worldwide Education Programme, and has  focused on leadership, teaching and mentoring to augment the background experience of her research work in somatic theory and practice.  This research has enabled her to work with Practitioners in both the UK as well as on the West Coast of the USA. Having then proceeded to work with multiple staff teams over the years as well as leadership teams, she has honed her skills in analysing group/team dynamics and their performance.  As a result, she is highly experienced in working in the area of people management, motivation and development. She is a fully qualified Prince2 trained Project Management Practitioner, and has achieved an APMG International qualification  in Change Management.  

Recent projects have included producing staff training programmes, the project management of IT telephony services across the Group, the major refurbishment of the Hurley Clinic site, as well as the utilisation of change management skills in the merger of the teams for two large-scale practices in Lambeth.

She has been employed in a Senior role within the Group since 2014 and has senior managerial responsibility as well as strategic responsibility across the group for issues that include IT services and networks, and websites management. 

Now working part-time for the Hurley Group, Pam is also employed in the role of Strategic and Operations Director for the North Lambeth Primary Care Network. She sees this as an exciting development in her career, and an opportunity to play a part in shaping the future of Primary Care.  

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