Ramzan has over 16 years’ experience working in Equality, Inclusion and Diversity field having worked for, and with, a number of large statutory and community organisations.
Ramzan has lead on a number of key health inequalities projects which have resulted in better health outcomes for patients and communities. The projects were: 1) Domestic violence project (a partnership with South Birmingham PCT and Birmingham and Solihull Women’s Aid) 2) National Pacesetters Project (Uptake of Cardiac rehab for Women – working closely with University Hospitals Birmingham ((UHB)) 3) Uptake of Bowel Cancer Screening in BME communities Project (Heart of England Foundation Trust and a community Organisation. 4) Development of the Equality Delivery System Matrix for providers in Birmingham and Solihull (member of the sub-committee of Strategic Health Authority which developed the initial EDS framework. 5) Helped a CCG customer attain the prestigious Mary Seacole award.
Ramzan has a Master’s degree in Public Health and Health Promotion, Diploma in Legal Practice, LLB (Honours) and ILM4 – Managing Equality and Diversity. His past times are travelling and a keen interest in playing Cricket.