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New chief for London Ambulance

11th October 2012

The London Ambulance Service has appointed Ann Radmore as its new chief executive.

She will take up her post at the end of the year and replaces Peter Bradley who left in September to take up a new role in New Zealand. Ms Radmore, who is currently chief executive of NHS South West London, started her NHS career as a national management trainee and was previously chief executive of NHS Wandsworth. She has lived in London all her life and worked in the NHS since 1983.

 

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Article Information

Title: New chief for London Ambulance
Author: Mark Nicholls
Article Id: 22927
Date Added: 11th Oct 2012

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