Dr Helen Dormand

Dr Dormand qualified in medicine from the University of Cambridge in 1998 and her clinical career has included roles in both NHS Scotland and England. Several years as a Consultant in central Manchester afforded her the opportunity to work across multiple medical specialties involved in the care of patients with complex needs and complex systems.

As a cardiologist with a special interest in imaging, she was a member of the Greater Manchester and Cheshire Cardiac Network, supporting local and regional imaging service development.  As a founding member of Consultants for Change and Development she was clinical lead for large-scale outpatient transformation in central Manchester contributing to the Central Manchester Foundation Trust Quality Review programme, based on CQC methodology.

Having been a Fellow in the inaugural cohort of the QGC fellowship programme, Dr Dormand has now joined the QGC Faculty, dividing her time between this role and the Golden Jubilee National Hospital, where she works as a consultant imaging cardiologist.