Sheffield is a city and metropolitan borough in South Yorkshire. It is one of the eight largest regional English cities and is the second-largest city in the Yorkshire and the Humber region.
Population size: 584,853 (2018, ONS UK)
Area: 367.9 km²
NHS South Yorkshire Integrated Care Board
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Emma Latimer hails from the North West of England, and her NHS experience spans 32 years, including ambulance, acute and Strategic Health Authority, with over ten years’ experience leading commissioning organisations.
She has led NHS Hull Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) since its establishment in 2013 and is also currently the Interim Accountable Officer for NHS East Riding of Yorkshire and NHS North Lincolnshire CCGs. Emma is Geographic Partnership Director for the Humber, within the Humber and North Yorkshire Integrated Care Board. She has led the Humber Acute Services programme for two years - designing the future of hospital services for 900,000 people living in the Humber area.
Emma is a successful collaborator who believes in values-based and inclusive leadership. She enjoys working within a complex environment, supporting teams to be transformational. She is also very much a people person and has a particular interest in social mobility and inspiring the next generation to ensure that children and young people realise their full potential.
One of her proudest career achievements was the establishment of Hull’s Jean Bishop Integrated Care Centre that provides a community frailty service with GPs, community geriatricians, advanced nurse practitioners, social workers, pharmacists and other specialists all working together around the needs of the population.