Corporate Support

We support the HIN’s busy team in speeding up the best in health and care by providing a comprehensive central support function. This ranges from office administration, human resources and finances, to managing executives diaries and supporting the programmes to deliver their projects.

The Team

Reka Biro

Finance Support Officer

Reka is the Finance Support Officer who deals with the day to day operations of the finance department, liaising with suppliers, processing and producing invoices, supporting with finance reporting for the programme managers and executive team. She graduated from University of Westminster, first class Business Economics degree and joined us through the Graduates into Health scheme. Reka is now studying towards CIMA certificate in Business Accounting.

Nick Prentice

Business Support Manager and Executive Assistant

Nick joined the HIN in 2016 providing executive support to our Chief Executive Tara, managing our corporate support and the running of our office in London Bridge. Nick has worked for the NHS since 2011 in both primary care and secondary care, most recently working for the Medical Director at Imperial College Healthcare.

Dan Dartington

Head of Finance and Corporate Support

Dan is Head of Finance and Information with additional responsibility for a range of bank office functions. He has been with HIN since June 2014, prior to which he was at the NHS London Strategic Health Authority and worked on the South London Healthcare Trust transition programme.

Urvi Shah

Project Support Officer

Urvi graduated from Imperial College London with a masters in Neuroscience. Urvi has experience in medical research and has research project experience from a leading pharmaceutical in Germany, specialising in medical data analysis. Urvi also has business analysis and advanced IT data analyst experience in Technology and Finance.

Sandra Elensussi

Executive Assistant

Jamie Hunt

Business Support Officer, Patient Experience

Formerly a copy-editor for scientific journals and news, Jamie moved over to the Health Innovation Network in September 2017. He now supports the Patient Safety and Experience Team and is involved in a range of projects from Catheter Care to Health and Wellbeing and Communities of Practice.