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NHSPS appoints new MD for London

NHS Property Services (NHSPS) has promoted Sally Tombs to the role of Managing Director for the London region.

Taking up her new position from March 2024, Tomb’s role will include working with, and supporting, NHSPS’ customers, in addition to ensuring that all London-based properties under NHSPS’ portfolio are safe and compliant.

Tombs joined NHSPS in 2020 as its Principal Operations Manager. She then progressed in her career to become an Estates Delivery Partner. Prior to joining NHSPS, she held positions in facilities management and property services at Telereal Trillium, Cofely UK, and Metropolitan Thames Valley Housing.

Over the past 20 years, Tombs has acquired a diverse skill set and vast experience in the property and facilities’ sectors, and latterly, the health sector. She has also developed many key relationships with NHSPS’ customers and stakeholders.

Speaking about her new role, Tombs said: “I am delighted to be taking this next step in my career. I have thoroughly enjoyed working at NHSPS for the past four years and I can’t wait to continue to support our customers.

“To ensure we can enable excellent patient care, I will continue to work with our London teams to guarantee that our portfolio remains compliant, clean, safe, and welcoming for all patients across the capital who are accessing necessitated health care. I’m excited to get started.”

Trish Stephenson, NHSPS’ Chief Operating Officer, commented: “I can’t wait to see what Sally brings to her new role as Managing Director for London. I know she will continue to do amazing work and support our customers, in addition to our internal teams and colleagues. Sally is a great example of our get, grow, keep talent culture, and I am thrilled to see her progress in her career with us.”

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