ROTHERHAM General Hospital has appointed a new “chief” to forge closer links with staff and patients and oversee the day-to-day running of the hospital.
Matthew Lowry, who was announced as Chief of Rotherham Hospital this week, will work alongside chief executive Brian James but is expected to have a more hands-on role.
Mr James will focus largely on the NHS Foundation Trust that has responsibility for running the hospital while Mr Lowry said that he aimed to work “more directly with our clinicians and other staff.”
Mr Lowry has worked in the NHS for over 16 years, including four years as the chief financial officer for the Rotherham General Hospital NHS Foundation Trust.
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