Susan retires from Angus health role

Pictured are, from left, Alison Rogers, non executive member of NHS Tayside's board, Susan's son James and Susan.

Pictured are, from left, Alison Rogers, non executive member of NHS Tayside's board, Susan's son James and Susan.

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Susan Wilson has retired from her role as Interim Chief Officer for the Angus Shadow Health and Social Care Integration Partnership.

To mark the occasion, colleagues arranged a lunch event where Susan was presented with flowers and gifts by Alison Rogers, non executive member of NHS Tayside Board.

After several years working in rehab services in Dundee, Susan moved to Angus in 2002 as General Manager of the Angus Local Healthcare Co-operative and later became General Manager of Angus Community Health Partnership. In 2014, she was appointed Interim Chief Officer for the Angus Health and Social Care Partnership.

Lesley McLay, Chief Executive of NHS Tayside said: “Susan has made a huge contribution to health services in Tayside, especially in Angus, and she has championed the integration of health and social care services. She will be tremendously missed by everyone she worked with. I wish her all the very best for her retirement.”

Susan said: “I would like to sincerely thank all my colleagues and friends who, over the years in Tayside and most especially in Angus, have made my working career so enjoyable.”