Croydon NHS Trust names Kershaw as its new Chief Exec
Could there be more cuts ahead for local health services? And already 18 months late, will cost over-runs on Mayday’s new A&E department hit other services? Those are just two of the issues waiting in the in-tray for the local health Trust’s CEO
The Croydon NHS Trust has this morning named its new chief executive as Matthew Kershaw, a health service executive with 25 years of experience, including working as the CEO at two other NHS Trusts.
Croydon NHS’s new chief has an A&E department that is two years late, and £19m of cuts to implement
Intriguingly, in a footnote to the announcement, the Trust has said that, “Matthew is joining the Trust on a fixed term contract agreed with NHS Improvement while the Trust reviews its management structure”, which could suggest that further cuts could be on their way in Croydon’s health services, which are already trying to implement…
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