Sadie Booker

Having qualified as a Physiotherapist from Huddersfield University in 2003, Sadie commenced her early physiotherapy career at The Mid Yorkshire Hospitals NHS Trust and Calderdale & Huddersfield NHS Foundation Trust. In early 2008 she decided to specialise as a Women’s Health Physiotherapist and later became the Service Lead for Sheffield Community Continence Service. Having completed the Mary Seacole programme and the Elizabeth Garrett Anderson MSc in Healthcare Leadership, Sadie searched for an opportunity to use her evolving leadership skills and applied for a post within Connect Health as a Service Manager. Since commencing the role of Operational Lead in June 2017 in the North Kirklees and Wakefield MSK services, her skill set has been challenged in a positive way. While working with Connect Health, Sadie has successfully completed her PRINCE2® foundation and practitioner course, which has enabled her to run successful projects as part of her operational role.

Having qualified as a Physiotherapist from Huddersfield University in 2003, Sadie commenced her early physiotherapy career at The Mid Yorkshire Hospitals NHS Trust and Calderdale & Huddersfield NHS Foundation Trust. In early 2008 she decided to specialise as a Women’s Health Physiotherapist and later became the Service Lead for Sheffield Community Continence Service. Having completed the Mary Seacole programme and the Elizabeth Garrett Anderson MSc in Healthcare Leadership, Sadie searched for an opportunity to use her evolving leadership skills and applied for a post within Connect Health as a Service Manager. Since commencing the role of Operational Lead in June 2017 in the North Kirklees and Wakefield MSK services, her skill set has been challenged in a positive way. While working with Connect Health, Sadie has successfully completed her PRINCE2® foundation and practitioner course, which has enabled her to run successful projects as part of her operational role.