Vicki Kaluza has an extensive background as an adult nurse in both the NHS and the RAF. She has worked and taught at several NHS Trusts across the country in many different units including coronary care, and acute admissions, as well as being a hospital at night coordinator at Nottingham Hospitals, which was where she was introduced to the world of Healthcare technology.
After using the Nervecentre software that help improve the efficiency and safety of out of hours Vicki developed a taste for digital health and joined Nervecentre in 2014. 5 years later she is now the Chief Nursing Information Officer and has an even greater passion for software design and a firm belief that the clinicians and the patient are always as the forefront of this process. Nervecentre has gone from single module deployments to a full mobile EPR over this time and continues to go from strength to strength.
Her role involves working within the clinical team supporting hospital Trusts deploy software as well as working with a variety of clinicians to design, develop and improve the product to ensure that technology in healthcare is as great as other industries and used to deliver safer care.
Outside of work Vicki is a mum of 1, is a keen baker and is currently learning to play the piano.