Dr Suzanne Roberts
Suzanne qualified from the University of Sheffield in 2005 with MBChB. She completed the Academic Foundation Programme in Sheffield before moving to Manchester to continue her medical training. After completing haematology specialist training in the North West region she took up her consultant post at Bolton in 2014.
Suzanne has an interest in postgraduate medical education as well as clinical leadership. She is currently undertaking an MSc in Healthcare Leadership as part of the Elizabeth Garret Anderson programme.
Jennie started her career in a clinical role, as an Allied Health Professional providing secondary care. Her career then developed to leading service development in different trusts across Greater Manchester, including Tameside and Glossop Integrated Care and Manchester University Foundation Trust Jennie has worked in the NHS for over ten years and brings wide range of experience of managing health projects and frontline care.
Jennie facilitates three pathway boards to deliver system wide improvements to cancer pathways and patient care, including Gynaecology, Haematology and Head and Neck. The boards offer an objective and collaborative approach to service improvement and bring together stakeholders from across Greater Manchester to create an engaged, multidisciplinary board which is representative of the whole patient pathway.