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NHS governor resigns

10th November 2009

Kath Toward has resigned from her position as governor of Durham and Darlington Primary Care Trust after the decision was made to pay £1 million for road gritting.

The trust said they had decided to give money to the council in order to prevent older people from falling over during the winter months. Ms Toward stated: "I would have put (the money) into therapy services across the board, I would have definitely done more than ever to help the carers and some old people's services as they are struggling as well."

 

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Article Information

Title: NHS governor resigns
Author: Jess Laurence
Article Id: 13190
Date Added: 10th Nov 2009

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