NHS Resolution welcomes Emergency Medicine Clinical Fellow

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NHS Resolution is delighted to welcome Dr Freya Levy who joined this week as our Emergency Medicine Clinical Fellow on a year-long secondment (Monday 11 February 2019).

In 2017/18 NHS Resolution identified a shift in clinical negligence claims, with the majority of claims by number being attributed to the emergency medicine rather than orthopaedic surgery specialty, as witnessed in previous years.

Dr Levy will examine claims that patients and families lodge against the NHS regarding to their treatment following contact with emergency medicine services. Working with the Safety and Learning team and wider healthcare system, Freya will produce a thematic review of claims that will help drive improvements in patient care and safety.

About Dr Freya Levy
Freya is currently on secondment from her post as a Consultant in Emergency Medicine at Stepping Hill Hospital, Stockport, and is a Fellow of the Royal College of Emergency Medicine. She trained at the University of Cambridge and qualified in 1996. She completed her early training in East Anglia and the East Midlands, and having gained MRCP and MRCSEd (A&E), she spent a year as an Emergency Registrar in Sydney, Australia. After returning to the UK she moved to the North West and completed her registrar training in 2005.

Freya has been a Consultant at Stepping Hill Hospital for the last 13 years, and has provided clinical leadership and supervision within the multidisciplinary team, and held departmental lead roles in Audit, Quality and Safety, and Mortality Review.