Carmel is a Critical Care Outreach Sister at the London Clinic. She is a Registered Nurse that worked at Northwick Park Hospital, achieved ENB 100 at Central Middlesex Hospital and worked as a staff nurse in the Critical Care Unit for two years. She then went to work in the King Fahad National Guard Hospital Riyadh for four years in the Critical Care Unit. She returned to London and became a Critical Care Sister at the London Clinic.
She undertook ENB 998 A1 Award (NVQ Assessor) 7407 Further Education for adults following her return. She has also undertaken a DMS at Westminster University. Carmel set up the Outreach Service and Patient Group Directives for the London Clinic. She directed the compiling and setting up of the Radar Course (Recognition and detection of the Patient at Risk), which has been accredited by the RCN.
She has been nominated for the Laing and Buisson Health Care Award under the category of Innovation. She has also spoken at International Conferences in Jordan for the Royal Medical Services on the benefits of Critical Care Outreach and most recently in Madrid at the 3rd Wold Congress of Clinical Safety.
Carmel has been a member of the executive board of National Outreach Forum since 2008.