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NHS jobs cuts averted

6th September 2007

Hundreds of jobs appear to have been saved at a debt-ridden NHS trust in Yorkshire.

Scarborough and North East Yorkshire NHS Trust, which runs hospitals in Scarborough and Bridlington, had warned it intended to cut 600 jobs but following a deal between campaigners and unions and trust management, the severe job losses have been prevented. It is now believed only 50 jobs will be cut. The trust has identified £8m in savings and efforts are now being made to find another £2m to meet its required £10m savings.


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Article Information

Title: NHS jobs cuts averted
Author: Mark Nicholls
Article Id: 4007
Date Added: 6th Sep 2007


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