Emmett Steed-Mundin joined King Edward VII’s Hospital in 2007 as a Senior Staff Nurse, working his way up to become Director of Nursing, starting in January 2022. Having previously held the roles of Clinical Nurse Manager and Head of Nursing, within the hospital, he brings with him a wealth of clinical leadership experience, and a deep commitment to continue driving forward the standards of excellent care, for which King Edward VII’s hospital is renowned.
Graduating from Homerton College, Cambridge, in 2000, he has been a registered nurse for over 21 years, working initially within the NHS and specialising in Urology. He is currently undertaking an MSc in Strategic Leadership.
Emmett is immensely proud to lead such a dedicated clinical team who put patient care at the heart of everything they do. He believes passionately in supporting, developing and investing in the clinical workforce to create a culture of learning where nurses are truly empowered to deliver world leading care and outstanding patient experience. Emmett will ensure a dynamic and forward-thinking clinical leadership team, considered in their approach, but committed implementing continuous improvement and developing clinical services in line with the best new methods, technologies and innovations.