DHSC Minister and Members

Hon David Ashford MHK

Minister for Health and Social Care

Hon David Ashford MHK

Telephone:+44 1624 685816

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Mr Ashford was appointed as Minister for Health and Social Care on 8 January 2018. He was elected to the House of Keys as Member for Douglas North in the September 2016 general election.

Mr Ashford served as a member for the Cabinet Office between October 2016 and January 2018.

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Ann Corlett MHK

Department member

Ann Corlett MHK

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Mrs Corlett is a member of the Department of Education, Sport and Culture with responsibility for inclusion, safeguarding and youth. Mrs Corlett is also a member of the Department of Health and Social Care with responsibility for community care and children and families services and serves as Chair of the Substance Abuse Strategy Group. She was elected to the House of Keys as Member for Douglas Central in the September 2016 general election.

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Jason Moorhouse MHK

Department member

Jason Moorhouse MHK

Telephone:+44 1624 651533

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Mr Moorhouse is a member of the Department of Infrastructure with delegated responsibility for Transport Services Division. Mr Moorhouse is also a member of the Department of Health and Social Care with responsibility for its corporate services. He was elected to the House of Keys as Member for Arbory, Castletown and Malew in the September 2016 general election.

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Clare Bettison MHK

Department member

Clare Bettison MHK

Telephone:+44 7624 257947

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Miss Bettison is a member of the Department of Home Affairs and supports Mr Michael Coleman in his duties as the Member for the Isle of Man Prison and Probation Service. Miss Bettison is also a member of the Department of Health and Social Care with responsibility for hospital services and serves as Chair of the Clinical Recommendations Committee.

Formerly a nurse working at Noble's Hospital, Miss Bettison was elected to the House of Keys as Member for Douglas East in the September 2016 general election.

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