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Rosie Hospital maternity and neonatal safety champions

Our safety champions play a central role in ensuring that mothers and babies continue to receive the safest care possible by adopting best practice and providing an opportunity for colleagues to raise concerns, share ideas and celebrate improvements in safety.

What do Safety Champions do?

Work with local, regional and national safety champions to make our Maternity and Neonatal services safer.

Provide visible leadership and promote safe, personalised care.

Share learning and best practice from national research and local investigations and initiatives.

Ensure maternity and neonatal safety issues are communicated and championed at board level within Cambridge University Hospitals.

Regularly monitor safety outcomes in maternity and neonatal services.

Board Level non-executive Safety Champion

Ian Jacobs - Non-executive director
Email Ian Jacobs

Executive Safety Champion

Lorraine Szeremeta - Chief Nurse
Email Lorraine Szeremeta

Obstetric Safety Champion

Jennifer Brewster – Consultant Obstetrician
Email Jennifer Brewster

Midwifery Safety Champion

Cathy Bevens – Lead Midwife for Safety and Governance
Email Cathy Bevens

Neonatal Safety Champion

Rajiv Chaudhary - Consultant Neonatologist
Email Rajiv Chaudhary