Clare Louise Bettison MHK
Constituency: Douglas East
Address: Legislative Buildings, Finch Road, Douglas, IM1 3PW
Tel: 07624 257947
Address as: Miss Bettison
Full title: Miss Clare Bettison MHK
Please contact me directly for appointments
Born: Frimley, Surrey
Education: Kendrick School, Reading, Berkshire; Ranelagh School, Bracknell, Berkshire; Ad Dip (Adult Nursing) University of Southampton 2005
Career: From the age of 15 I worked within the nursing home sector, first as a kitchen porter and latterly as a healthcare assistant. This inspired me to go to university to study nursing. Post-qualifying as a registered nurse in 2005, I worked in Southampton General Hospital on the Neurosciences Intensive Care Unit. When the opportunity arose I applied for a job in Noble's Hospital as a staff nurse on the Intensive Care Unit and worked there from 2007 until 2015. I worked on the hospital bank from 2015-16 in various departments at Noble's Hospital, prior to my election as MHK for Douglas East in September 2016.
Public Service: Member - RNLI Douglas Ladies Lifeboat Guild
Interests: Photography, local heritage and history, singing, learning about nature and wildlife, camping, listening to live music, fishing, fundraising for Douglas RNLI, travelling and experiencing different cultures.
Member of the House of Keys 2016-date
Member of the Department of Home Affairs 2016-date Member of Tynwald Advisory Council for Disabilities 2016-date
Member of the Environment and Infrastructure Policy Review Committee 2016-date Member of the Department of Health and Social Care 2018-date
Member: Health and Social Care 2016-17
Statutory Boards: Vice-Chair of the Isle of Man Post Office 2017-2018
Committees of Tynwald: Member of the Select Committee on the Organization and Operation of the General Election 2016-2017, Chair of the Select Committee of Tynwald on Library Provision 2017-18
Council of Ministers' Committees: Single Legal Entity Committee Feb-June 2017
Elected as Member of the House of Keys for Douglas East in 2016, having stood unsuccessfully in a by-election in 2015.