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Critical Care Wellbeing

ICU is an intense environment and now more than ever its important that we know who we can turn to at work as well as at home.  Below is a list of the leads for wellbeing at many of the sites in Scotland.  Some are currently blank so if you're interested in being the lead for wellbeing at your hospital, please contact Rowena Clark on the E-mail address on this page.

Current leads are as below:

Lead for Wellbeing at the SICS

Dr Rowena Clark:

E-mail: contact here 

Critical Care Welfare Reps, Scotland

NHS Ayrshire & Arran

  • Ayr Hospital – Tim Geary & Jacqueline McCarthy
  • Crosshouse Hospital – Tim Geary & Jacqueline McCarthy

NHS Borders

  • Borders General Hospital  - Shona Smith

NHS Dumfries & Galloway

  • Dumfries & Galloway Royal Infirmary -

NHS Fife

  • Victoria Hospital – Marcia McDougall

NHS Forth Valley

  • Forth Valley Royal Hospital – Fiona McIlveney

NHS Grampian

  • Aberdeen Royal Infirmary – Kirsten Scott
  • Dr Gray’s Hospital – 

NHS GGC

  • Glasgow Royal Infirmary – Audrey Chalmers
  • Institute of Neurological Sciences – Paul Edgar
  • Inverclyde Royal Hospital – Fiona Munro
  • Princess Royal Maternity Hospital – 
  • Queen Elizabeth University Hospital – 
  • Royal Alexandra Hospital – Radha Sundaram
  • Royal Hospital for Children – 

NHS Highlands

  • Belford Hospital – 
  • Raigmore Hospital – John Smith

NHS Lanarkshire

  • Hairmyres Hospital – Nina Tatarkowska
  • Monklands District General Hospital – Sanjiv Chohan
  • Wishaw General Hospital – Lorraine Bell

NHS Lothian

  • St John’s Hospital – Rowena Clark
  • Western General Hospital – Rowena Clark
  • Royal Infirmary of Edinburgh – Elizabeth Wilson

NHS National Waiting Times Centre

  • Golden Jubilee National Hospital

NHS Orkney

  • Balfour Hospital – Jenny Fraser

NHS Shetland

  • Gilbert Bain Hospital –

NHS Tayside

  • Ninewells Hospital – Judith Joss
  • Perth Royal Hospital – 

NHS Western Isles

  • Western Isles Hospital –