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Sir Liam appointed chair of NPSA

5th March 2010

Sir Liam Donaldson has been appointed as the new chairman of the National Patient Safety Agency.

Sir Liam, who has been chief medical officer for England, for 12 years, will take up his new £36,780 a year post in early July 2010 and will succeed Lord Naren Patel. He said: “The NHS was one of the first to establish a programme of patient safety. I look forward to helping to make further progress. Quality and safety of healthcare has been a passion of mine for over 25 years.”


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Title: Sir Liam appointed chair of NPSA
Author: Mark Nicholls
Article Id: 14273
Date Added: 5th Mar 2010


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