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NHS Wiltshire chief steps down

28th October 2011

Jeff James, the chief executive of NHS Wiltshire and NHS Bath and North East Somerset, has resigned for "personal reasons".

He had been the head of NHS Wiltshire since 2006 and took over responsibility for the other trusts in May 2011. Mr James said he was keen to "change the balance of activities" in his life. "It has been a great privilege to work with NHS colleagues and partners in Wiltshire in the last five years and more recently." Janes Scott, the head of Wiltshire Council, said she thought it was a "great shame" Mr James had resigned.

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Article Information

Title: NHS Wiltshire chief steps down
Author: Jess Laurence
Article Id: 20211
Date Added: 28th Oct 2011


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