Beth is our Practice Manager who brings more than 15 years experience in a range of management roles specializing in strategic planning, patient safety, quality improvement, process improvement and program management. She was born and raised in England, U.K. and attended the University of Bath where she received her 4-year Bachelor of Science degree with honors in Social Policy and Administration. She went on to complete professional training in Project Management, Change Management, Business Planning and Service Improvement in Healthcare, Patient Safety and Quality Improvement Leadership, while also achieving her Professional Trainer Certificate. Beth received her Master of Business Administration (MBA) degree from Kennesaw State University.
Beth’s career commenced in strategic planning in local government, where she had the opportunity to develop policies and plans to enhance services for children and families, while work in partnership with colleagues across education, public safety, social work and healthcare services. Through this experience, she quickly realized her greatest passion lay in pediatric healthcare. This prompted her to make a career shift to Public Health, where for the next 4 years she led the strategic agenda for the prevention of accidental deaths and serious injuries in children under 19 years for the state in which she resided. During her tenure, she was asked to speak at a national conference as an example of best practice in utilizing learning in the prevention of future child deaths and was invited by England’s first Chief Coroner to attend the Royal Courts of Justice in London to discuss opportunities for implementing learning at the national level. Beth continued her career in healthcare in the National Health Service (NHS) in England working for a large hospital system as their Quality Improvement Lead, where she was instrumental in establishing a new Quality Improvement Service. Since moving to the U.S., Beth has worked for Jackson Healthcare as a Program Manager for Telepsychiatry initiatives. During this time, she had oversight for multiple programs that involved collaborating with large hospital systems and psychiatry specialists across the U.S. to increase vital access to care for patients in need of emergency telepsychiatry consults. Most recently, she worked for Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta as a Neurosciences Program Manager, where she served as the administrative lead for the Concussion Program, the Developmental Neurology Program, and the Complex Headache Program.
Beth’s career has been dedicated to partnering with clinical and administrative teams to develop creative, long-lasting solutions to complex problems. For her, there is no greater feeling than working in partnership as an interdisciplinary team to increase access to care, provide an exceptional service and achieve the best possible outcomes for the families being served. During her time at Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta, Beth was fortunate to have the opportunity to partner with Dr. Sidhu on launching and growing the Developmental Neurology Program, where they discovered their shared passion for serving children and families with the highest possible quality care. Working with her passionate team at Inspire Pediatric Neurology is truly a dream come for her.