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Hospital leadership failing

20th March 2009
An independent review carried out on behalf of the Royal Cornwall Hospitals' Trust (RCHT) and the South West Strategic Health Authority has found failings in the trust's management.

The trust's chief executive John Watkinson, who has been suspended, said the report was "deeply flawed". Sir Mike Pitt, chair of the South West Strategic Health Authority, said: "The report raises serious concerns... and makes clear that the RCHT cannot stand alone or look to others to solve its problems." 

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Article Information

Title: Hospital leadership failing
Author: Jess Laurence
Article Id: 10677
Date Added: 20th Mar 2009

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