Rebecca joined the NHS in 1996, working in GP fundholding and primary care contracting before becoming a counter fraud specialist in 2002. In 2007, Rebecca became Head of Counter Fraud, responsible for the in-house counter fraud service for 2 primary care trusts (PCTs) and a strategic health authority before undertaking this role for the 6 PCTS in NHS South West London. Rebecca then continued to lead the collaboration of counter fraud provision for NHS South London, consisting of 12 PCTs before moving to NHS South London Commissioning Support Unit where she led the counter fraud service for 13 clinical commissioning groups across South London and Surrey.
Rebecca then joined the counter fraud team at King’s College Hospital in November 2013 where she played a pivotal role in securing the Cabinet Office’s counter fraud award for outstanding internal fraud initiative in 2016. Rebecca joined AuditOne in June 2017 as Counter Fraud Manager, responsible for the effective delivery of counter fraud services to over 30 NHS primary and secondary care organisations and independent healthcare providers. Rebecca specialises in designing and delivering proactive counter fraud work across the AuditOne client base.
In addition to her counter fraud qualifications, Rebecca also holds the AIM Qualifications Level 4 Award in Interpersonal Mediation.