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NHS Trust Development Authority to be lead by Flory

3rd February 2012

The head of the new NHS Trust Development Authority is to be NHS deputy chief executive David Flory.

He will take up the post asthe first head of the body charged with creating an all-foundation-trust provider sector when the NTDA becomes fully operational in April 2013. Mr Flory, who is also NHS director-general of finance, performance and operations, will continue as NHS deputy chief executive until March 2013. At present, there are 112 NHS trusts in the foundation trust pipeline, providing roughly £31bn in services.


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Title: NHS Trust Development Authority to be lead by Flory
Author: Mark Nicholls
Article Id: 20962
Date Added: 3rd Feb 2012


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