Tracey Cramond

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North East Regional Coordinator
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Tracey is Commercial Advisor in the Procurement Team at NHS Shared Business Services. She is also the North East Regional Coordinator for the HCSA National Council as well as HCSA Scan4Safety representative.

Tracey Cramond has worked in the NHS Procurement for over 8 years as a senior procurement professional and has gained experience of all aspects of Public Sector Procurement during that period whilst working in an Acute Trust. Whilst in the trust she was seconded onto the Scan4Safety programme to implement the adoption of GS1 and PEPPOL global standards. Tracey also took a lead for supplier engagement to the programme, hosting and facilitating large supplier/Trust events to share the programme requirements and stimulate engagement and programme uptake, also working with the Department of Health & Social Care on supplier adoption initiatives for Scan4Safety and PEPPOL.

She is currently seconded onto the DHSC Test & Trace programme offering supplier and contract management expertise and support to the Commercial Consumables, Reagents and Equipment category.

Tracey is also an Enterprise Adviser – working in partnership with the North East Local Enterprise Partnership (January 2019 to date). Her voluntary role as an Enterprise Adviser sees her work closely with Derwentside College to help shape the delivery of careers education and build a whole-school careers strategy, giving input as a business leader. This work is part of the North East Local Enterprise Partnership’s (North East LEP’s) North East Ambition programme, which works to support schools and colleges to meet the Good Career Guidance Benchmarks; a set of standards all schools must work towards achieving to help each and every pupil. Tracey has recently been appointed to the Board of Trustees at Derwentside.

In her spare time Tracey is an avid fund raiser for charity, working on exciting local projects to improve the palliative care pathway and the end of life patient experience. She has also been the Chair of the North East Branch Morris Minor Owners Club for the last 17 years, with a membership of over 60 paid up Northern lads and lasses. She enjoys the arts, classical music, musical theatre and is an artist in her own right using the oil medium.