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Chief executive of South London Healthcare resigns

15th June 2012

HSJ has reported that the chief executive of the trust with the biggest deficit in the NHS has resigned.

Chris Streather has headed South London Healthcare Trust - which is predicting a £65m deficit - since it was established in April 2009 but has confirmed he will be leaving to take up a new post leading south London’s academic health science network in July. It comes as Barking, Havering and Redbridge University Hospitals Trust, which is forecasting a £50m deficit, announced that executive directors would be leaving the organisation.


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Article Information

Title: Chief executive of South London Healthcare resigns
Author: Mark Nicholls
Article Id: 22145
Date Added: 15th Jun 2012


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