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Dr Sarah Bromley

National Medical Director Health in Justice
Practice Plus Group

Sarah has been a GP since 1995. Her first 10 years were spent in Bradford where she developed interests in mental health and substance misuse. She also began her leadership career there, as clinical lead for mental health for North Bradford PCT.

She has experience of commissioning in both a PCT and a CCG, leading initiatives in mental health, developing clinical leadership, and integrated care.

In 2005 she joined the healthcare team in HMP Isle of Wight, where she worked with the team to deliver a number of improvements in healthcare, including improved management of long-term conditions and safer prescribing.

She joined CareUK in June 2013 as the National Medical Director for Health in Justice. Now known as Practice Plus Group, it is the largest provider of healthcare services in prisons and other places of detention (including Immigration Removal Centres) across England. Sarah is responsible for clinical strategy, quality assurance and patient safety for the Health in Justice service line. She has led a number of quality improvement initiatives to support local teams in delivering high quality care to a vulnerable patient population in very challenging environments.

Sarah has held membership positions within the RCGP Secure Environments Group and the NHSE Clinical Reference Group for Health and Justice, with specific responsibility as chair of the Primary Care Service Specification task and finish group as well as participation in work on reducing Deaths in Custody.

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