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CE of NHS London is not resigning

28th May 2010

The chief executive of NHS London, Ruth Carnall, has said she intends to remain in her post following the resignation of two of its directors.

Chair Sir Richard Sykes and non-executive director Gerry Acher resigned this week in response to health secretary Andrew Lansley’s decision to “halt” implementation of its reconfiguration programme, Healthcare for London with other non-executives considering their position. In a letter to NHS chief executives in London, Ms Carnall made clear she did not intend to join them.


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Article Information

Title: CE of NHS London is not resigning
Author: Mark Nicholls
Article Id: 15021
Date Added: 28th May 2010


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