Adele qualified as a clinical physiologist whilst working at Bradford Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust. She was employed by the NHS for 6 years where she worked as a specialist clinical physiologist gaining valuable experience in invasive, non-invasive cardiology and respiratory investigations.In 2004 Adele joined Spire Leeds Hospital as a highly specialist physiologist where she took over the departmental lead for invasive cardiology and pacing services.Adele gained promotion in 2009 and since then has been employed as the cardiology clinical lead in addition to leading non-invasive cardiology and cardiac ultrasound.
After many years working in the NHS as an assistant clinical physiologist Josie joined Spire Leeds Hospital in 2002. Initially she was employed as a student clinical physiologist where she embarked on a 4 year training programme. Josie qualified successfully in 2006 and was employed as a specialist clinical physiologist working in invasive, non-invasive cardiology and respiratory investigations. In 2011 Josie gained promotion to highly specialist physiologist taking responsibility for respiratory services within the cardiology department.
Maureen joined Spire Leeds Hospital in 1996 having worked for many years at Leeds General Infirmary. Maureen has many years of experience within cardiology and works both independently and assists with more complex cardiology investigations. Maureen also plays a major role in the administrative support of the department.
Megan joined Spire Leeds Hospital in 2009 after completing her A Levels. She was employed as a student clinical physiologist and is now in her final year of training. Megan has worked closely with the highly specialist clinical physiologists and has gained valuable knowledge and experience in both invasive and non-invasive cardiology.Megan has secured a permanent contract as a specialist clinical physiologist on completion of her degree in June 2013, and will continue to expand her knowledge in all areas of cardiology.
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