Governors at a trust which hired the former chief executive of the Countess of Chester Hospital midway through the trial of Lucy Letby had raised concerns about his appointment, HSJ understands.
A specialist trust which had previously been the subject of takeover talks has appointed a new substantive chief executive.
One of England’s smallest trusts has appointed an experienced interim chief executive for nine months while it recruits a permanent replacement.
The chief executive of England’s smallest provider will leave after its merger with a neighbouring provider was abandoned.
A judge has urged a foundation trust and the governor it has suspended to settle their differences outside the courts.
A planned merger between a South Coast mega trust and its much smaller neighbour has been abandoned.
The former chief executive of the Nursing and Midwifery Council has been appointed chair of a small specialist trust involved in a controversial proposed merger.
Relationships between a foundation trust’s board and its governors broke down with ‘a cycle of mistrust’ between the two and some governors’ actions placing ‘an additional burden on staff at a time of unprecedented challenge for the NHS,’ an independent review has found.
A rapid independent review has been launched into how a trust handled a controversial proposed merger and its relations with its governors.
A large acute trust and small specialist trust have delayed plans to complete a controversial merger.
One of England’s smallest trusts – which is in dispute with its governors over an impending merger – has appointed a new chair.
NHS England and Improvement has imposed extra conditions on a specialist trust’s licence, effectively ordering its council of governors to work towards a merger with a larger neighbour.
Consultants at a specialist trust which is exploring a merger with its larger neighbour have passed a vote of no confidence in its chief executive – and the planned interim chair has had to step down on health grounds.
Fourteen of an integrated care system’s major services — which account for the ‘majority of [its] planned care’ — have been described as ‘fragile and challenged’.
Two foundation trusts in the South East have taken the next steps towards a merger.
The board of one of England’s smallest trusts is expected to approve the next steps to merge with its neighbour this week, despite some of its council of governors vehemently opposing the move.
The governors and board of one of England’s smallest trusts are at loggerheads over a possible merger with a megatrust neighbour.
A specialist provider contemplating a merger with its mega-trust neighbour has appointed an interim chair.
The takeover of a hospital trust by its ‘outstanding’ neighbour has been backed by both boards, and is likely to go ahead within weeks.