Hilary Pillin, HRP Professional Services Ltd.
Focusing on the transforming ambulance role in NHS England’s Five Year Forward View and Integrated Urgent & Emergency Care, Hilary provides support to national ambulance groups and to the MD in enhancing key stakeholder relations and promoting the ambulance remit.
She also undertakes discrete projects providing advice to trusts in respect of organisational strategy development and Emergency Preparedness, Resilience & Response functions, as one of AACE’s team of consultants.
Having more than 29 years with the NHS, in acute and ambulance sectors, she has led at trust and national level in governance, quality & risk. She joined Nottinghamshire Ambulance Service in 1996 and was seconded to a national role in 2003, producing policy guidance on a range of ambulance issues for NHS Employers.
In 2005 she went on to manage the 7 year DH/NARU programme to establish Hazardous Area Response Teams (HART) across the UK. She holds a Masters in Terrorism Studies and provides consultancy to healthcare and emergency services in UK and internationally.