About Pam Rennie, Partner

Pam Rennie has the experience and knowledge for cost-effective delivery to exacting quality
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Pam’s specialisms include project and programme design and management in healthcare and educational projects. Her interest is in the practical implementation of healthcare policy and making this work ‘on the ground’.

After completing her degree at the University of Strathclyde, Pam moved to Australia where she worked for three years on international development projects in vocational education. She returned to the UK in 2003 and has been passionately involved in NHS projects and programmes ever since, including health improvement, commissioning and training and development projects to name a few.

Pam implemented strategies and projects to support the ‘Choosing Health’, the public health white paper for England (2004). This included establishing a programme of ‘health champion’ projects in north east London to improve access to health services and support up-skilling of local people.

Pam was also involved in a small team which successfully supported 14 Primary Care Trusts to procure GP led Health Centres across Yorkshire and the Humber region as part of the NHS Next Stage Review led by Lord Darzi (2007). She also led the development of a series of commercial skills modules for Yorkshire and the Humber and the Department of Health to support World Class Commissioning (2007), and has delivered training in these modules to over 300 healthcare managers in the Yorkshire and Humber region.

Pam has a Masters in International Development, Education and Health Promotion, is a PRINCE II Practitioner and a Lean Six Sigma Green Belt. During her Masters she delivered an evaluation of an extensive health promotion project delivered to 8000 schoolchildren in Tanzania by Aga Khan Hospitals.

Pam is committed to using her resourcefulness, expertise and ability to problem solve to continue to support and work with the NHS. When she is not working Pam enjoys a jog or cycle in the Pentland Hills near her Edinburgh home and dabbling in languages.