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Oxford Team Profiles: Administrative team

Children born with a cleft lip and / or palate may face multiple health problems. Experience has shown that these problems are best supported by a team of specialists from many disciplines who work together with the family to provide for the social, emotional, psychological and educational needs of the child.

This means that, when you visit us, you may find yourself in a room with lots of clinicians – this is quite normal and nothing to worry about. If you feel uncomfortable with so many people in the room, please don’t be afraid to request that only key members of the team remain.

Betty Jones

I have recently joined the Spires Cleft Centre and Craniofacial teams as a Clinical Support Assistant. As part of my role I help prepare for patient clinics, keep patient records up to date, liaise with families when coming into clinics, and other general support. In 2019 I graduated from the University of Sheffield where I […]

Steven Berry

I have worked in the Spires Cleft Centre team for 11 years and currently co-ordinate the Oxford service. I also manage the Oxford administrative team and am closely involved in the day-to-day running of the service.

Victoria Ludlow

As secretary in the Spires Cleft Centre team I am involved in the co-ordination of Mr Swan and Mr Popat’s clinics as well as carrying out other key administrative tasks.

Jade Cawood

I am involved in many of the administrative tasks required to support the Spires Cleft Centre team. I co-ordinate clinics and liaise with patients and families under the care of Mr Thorburn and Mr Kidner.