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NHS chief takes up money saving role

13th November 2009

The joint chief executive of NHS Coventry, Mike Attwood, is leaving his current job share to lead a government cost-cutting drive.

Mike Attwood will take on the role of programme director for the Total Place programme, formed to deliver “better services at less cost” across the public sector, for Coventry, Solihull and Warwickshire which is one of 13 of the programme’s pilot sites across the UK. Stephen Jones, the serving joint chief executive, will take the role for NHS Coventry full-time from November 30.

 

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Title: NHS chief takes up money saving role
Author: Mark Nicholls
Article Id: 13264
Date Added: 13th Nov 2009

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