Chief Medical Officer
Dr Fiona Reynolds qualified from Edinburgh and trained as an anaesthetist before deciding on a career in paediatric intensive care. Fiona’s time with Birmingham Children’s Hospital as a junior doctor in the 1990s inspired her to return in 2001 as a consultant intensivist. As Chief Medical Officer for Birmingham Children’s Hospital, Fiona’s research interests included resuscitation and capacity modelling in PICU. In addition to Fiona’s many successes at Birmingham Children’s Hospital, she has led several region-wide projects, including the implementation of the hospital’s major trauma centre service. Now in her role as Chief Medical Officer for Birmingham Women’s and Children’s NHS Foundation Trust she is responsible for delivering the quality agenda across the wider Trust, with a particular focus on safety of care.