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Michael Tresise

Service development director

Michael Tresise is our service development director. His influence and expertise has been integral to the growth of our shared service drawing on his career-long experience of accountability for project delivery in finance, operations and main board director roles.

For more than 30 years he has managed service and infrastructure organisations, leading organisation development and transformation to deliver significant improvements to corporate services across the private and public sector. In the past 15 years, he has collaborated with the NHS working with more than 100 NHS trusts.

With a background in civil engineering and chartered accountantancy, he has an eye for detail and is a keen advocator of optimising the use of technology to improve productivity and service delivery enabling front line staff to focus on patient care.

Michael Tresise, service development director
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