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Dexter James no longer head of QEH


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Dr Dexter James is no longer at the helm of the Queen Elizabeth Hospital (QEH).

In a media release tonight, the Board of the QEH said the two parties “have mutually agreed to part ways” with effect from today.

James was appointed Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of the hospital In October 2009 and was tasked with leading the transformation of the 600-bed tertiary care teaching institution.

He has been on sick leave since February 27, 2019.

Director of Support Services ,Louise Bobb, who has acted as CEO during his absence, will continue in that role until further notice. (PR/SAT)

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