Liz Grogan

Liz GroganLiz qualified in Adult Nursing in 2004 from Liverpool John Moores University, spending her initial career working in Intensive Care at James Cook University Hospital, Middlesbrough. After returning from a period of travelling Liz started her first role in Infection Prevention as a Surveillance Nurse at Bradford Teaching Hospital Foundation NHS Trust in 2008, working alongside ‘The Safer Patient Initiative’ to reduce Surgical Site Infections throughout the trust. 

In 2009 Liz started as a trainee Infection Prevention Nurse at NHS Leeds and over the years after gaining a wealth of experience and completing her Infection Prevention Certificate at the University of Leeds in 2010, and MSc in Public Health and Health Promotion at Leeds Beckett University in 2013. Liz has now become a Senior Infection Prevention Nurse Specialist at Leeds Community Healthcare NHS Trust. During this role she became introduced to the Lindsay Leg Club Foundation when working with Commissioners from the local CCG’s in Leeds to set up a local group.