Claire Salisbury – Cardiff and Vale University Health Board

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Claire Salisbury – Head of Procurement

Claire has been pivotal in working collaboratively across all nations in procuring vital PPE for Welsh Government, NHS Wales and Social Care. Her leadership, commitment and focus has been exemplary. Claire has been recognised across the Health Board and Wales as going the extra mile and leading the way in response to the COVID-19 Pandemic. Claire thrives on reacting to pressure and has made herself available to respond at all times to deliver what is needed to support Frontline Teams. The recognition has been widely publicised on social media with messages of support and gratitude from colleagues and peers,

Twitter, Len Richards @CAV-LenRichards
‘Well done Shared Services and a very special thank you to Claire Salisbury who has made great strides forward in procuring PPE for @WelshGovernment and @CV_UHB’

Twitter, Clairemedstrom
‘Absolute trooper @ClaireSalisbu11 and all your team. You have been truly amazing and performed miracles. You will all deserve at least a week/month off to recover when this is all over.’

Twitter, Nigel Mason
‘Definitely the glue in our Procurement department, always going the extra mile’

Twitter, Cliver Morgan
‘Easily one of Cardiff and Vale UHB’s most valuable players (MVPs), always going the extra mile and working incredibly long hours to manage globally disrupted supply chains to ensure that patients and staff are always kept safe. A real healthcare Hero.’

Twitter, Kieron Donovan
‘Top woman is Claire. Brilliant’

Cardiff and Vale Chief Executive Connects
‘I would particularly like to thank our colleagues in the procurement and estates departments for the volume and pace of work they have completed in order to keep our plans moving and enabling the work of the clinical staff.’