Sue Noyes named as ambulance service interim chief executive
Health professional Sue Noyes has been appointed as the temporary chief executive of the ambulance trust which provides cover for Lincolnshire.
Mrs Noyes has been appointed to the interim post at the East Midlands Ambulance Service following the resignation of Phil Milligan.
EMAS chairman Jon Towler has appointed Mrs Noyes to lead the organisation for at least nine months until a permanent successor can be found.
She has more than 20 years' experience in health, most recently as acting chief executive at the Leicestershire Partnership NHS Trust.
Get hi lites or low lites and a cut & blowdry with Hannah or Daniel between 10th and 14th December for only £40.00 please contact the salon for more details, just let us know its with this voucher.
Terms: terms and conditions apply and limited spaces
Contact: 01522 305178
Valid until: Saturday, December 14 2013
"I'm looking forward to getting started at EMAS," said Mrs Noyes, who starts her new role on Tuesday, October 15.
"I know that all staff in the organisation are committed to serving the people of the East Midlands in the best way possible.
"And I see my role as helping the organisation reach its full potential in this mission."
Mr Towler said: "Sue brings with her a proven track record in changing the culture of organisations to get the best out of people.
"I'm sure that, with mine and the board's support, she will help EMAS reach and exceed its targets as well as providing an excellent service to the people of the East Midlands."
Derek Bray is the NHS England area director.
He said: "Sue's appointment is a welcome one. I know that EMAS will benefit greatly from her skills and experience.
"I look forward to working with the wider health community and EMAS board to ensure that Sue is given every support to ensure that EMAS succeeds."