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London trust told to improve for third time in three years

17/08/2017London trust told to improve for third time in three years

A major London NHS trust has been told by inspectors that it needs to urgently improve after it received its third ‘Requires Improvement’ rating in three years. The CQC reviewed ... more >
Third of trainee GPs not planning to work in NHS general practice

17/08/2017Third of trainee GPs not planning to work in NHS general practice

Only two-thirds of trainee GPs are planning to go on to work in general practice in the NHS, a new study has today warned. The research carried out by the University of Warwick surveyed 178 ... more >
Longest serving NHS chief executive sacked for ‘gross misconduct’

17/08/2017Longest serving NHS chief executive sacked for ‘gross misconduct’

The NHS’s longest serving CEO Sir Leonard Fenwick has been sacked by Newcastle upon Tyne Hospitals NHS FT (NUT) for “gross misconduct”. Sir Leonard was placed on a period o... more >
Council STP lead numbers decline as Norfolk boss stands down

16/08/2017Council STP lead numbers decline as Norfolk boss stands down

One of the few senior council directors appointed to lead the STP footprint in their area is to be replace by the chief officer of two local CCGs. Antek Lejk has now been appointed as the ex... more >
Patients in the south waiting significantly longer for vital treatment

16/08/2017Patients in the south waiting significantly longer for vital treatment

Analysis of CCG data has found a huge disparity in care in different areas of England, as patients in the south were found to be waiting far longer to access vital medical treatments such as pace... more >