The Hampshire and Isle of Wight Allied Health Professions (AHP) community represents a diverse group of 14 different professions across the Integrated Care System (ICS). Our community is inclusive of registered AHPs, AHP support workers and AHP Learners.

AHPs work to deliver effective, flexible, and innovative services to enable people to live well in their communities. 

AHPs have expertise around promoting recovery, enablement and positive risk taking, to add life to years, prevent relapse and reduce risks. 
Visit NHS England and Improvement's website for more information about the 14 Allied Health Professions.

Central to our AHP Community is our Hampshire and Isle of Wight (HIOW) AHP Faculty which reports to our AHP Council. Find out more about our AHP Faculty here. 

 Clare Mander(2).jpgDr Clare Mander - Chief AHP

Pieter Photo.jpgPieter Joubert – Strategic AHP People Lead

Beccy Burgos 2.JPG   Beccy Burgos (secondment) – Community AHP and OT Workforce Lead

cath photo edit.jpgCath Grant (secondment) – Strategic AHP Placement Lead

Suzanni.pngSuzanni Strickland (secondment) – AHP Support Worker Lead

Elaine Hoysted cropped.jpgElaine Hoysted - AHP Placement Optimisation Lead with Occupational Therapy focus

Sophia2.jpgSophia Watts - AHP Placement Optimisation Lead (Radiography focus)

 George Mathew.pngGeorge Mathew - Race Equality Fellow (SLT focus)

 Gerald Lee.jpegGerald Lee - International Recruitment Fellow (Radiography focus)


Sophie Gay2.jpgSophie Gay - Race Equality Fellow (Paramedic focus)

Karishma Bajaria.jpgKarishma Bajaria - Race Equality Fellow (dietetic focus)


Adriana Sabou - International Recruitment Fellow (occupational therapy focus)


To contact the AHP Faculty please email:

Find us on Twitter: @HIOWAHPs

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