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Hospitals axe 200 jobs to claw back £30m

23rd August 2007

University Hospital Coventry NHS Trust, which runs University Hospital in Coventry and Hospital of St Cross in Rugby, is to axe 200 jobs in a bid to save £30m  The Trust hopes to avoid compulsory redundencies and to limit the job losses to managerial, corporate and administrative posts.

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Article Information

Title: Hospitals axe 200 jobs to claw back £30m
Author: Anne Waller
Article Id: 3867
Date Added: 23rd Aug 2007

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Birmingham Post

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