Amy joined The King's Fund in August 2011. Her main interest is exploring ways in which the integration of care can occur at a local level in order to make sure the needs of the most vulnerable in society are not overlooked.
She joined the Fund from the Clinical Effectiveness Unit at the Royal College of Surgeons of England. There she supported their national audit work by undertaking data analysis. She also carried out a review on the use of hospital episode statistics. Prior to this, she worked at the Centre for Radiation, Chemical and Environmental Hazards at the Health Protection Agency where she carried out an extensive literature review for the UK Recovery Handbook for Chemical Incidents.
Amy holds a Masters in Public Health from King's College London. She comes from Malta where she originally trained as a radiographer.
Amy is currently on secondment at the Department of Health.