NHS Boss is Retiring

NHS Boss is Retiring

Sir David Nicholson the chief executive of the NHS England has announced that next year he will be retiring.
He has been head of the NHS for over six years and the news comes after he faced a wave of criticism over the Stafford Hospital scandal and received repeat calls for his resignation.
There have been campaigners and MPs calling for him to quit after the public inquiry into the NHS failings was published.
Sir Nicholson will be retiring from his £211000 a year position next March which according to reports health secretary Jeremy Hunt is “surprised” about.
Sir David Nicholson has been working in the NHS for 35 years will be leaving the service with a pension of £2million.

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