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Gibb awarded damages

24th June 2010

The former boss of a Kent NHS trust Rose Gibb has been awarded more than £190,000 in damages.

She left her £150,000 a year chief executive post in October 2007 days before the release of a report into a clostridium difficile outbreak at Maidstone and Tunbridge Wells NHS Trust where 90 people were killed but went to the Court of Appeal in a legal battle over her severance pay. Families involved in the outbreak have called the payout an "outrage".

 

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Title: Gibb awarded damages
Author: Mark Nicholls
Article Id: 15274
Date Added: 24th Jun 2010

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