AN ANGRY MP has urged hospital bosses to abandon plans to “privatise” parts of the service, accusing them of a “tax dodge”. Wentworth and Dearne MP John Healey publicly opposed the move this week, after raising his concerns privately with … Continue reading →
RESIDENTS, patients and carers are invited to attend a health trust’s annual members’ meeting. Rotherham, Doncaster and South Humber NHS Foundation Trust (RDaSH) will hold the meeting from 1pm until 4pm on August 8, at Keepmoat Stadium in Doncaster. Read … Continue reading →
THE future of Rotherham Hospital’s children’s ward could be in doubt as health bosses consider cutting the number of services across the region. A review of the provision across South Yorkshire, Bassetlaw and North Derbyshire said the current six inpatient … Continue reading →
SUPPORTING roles at Rotherham Hospital may be privatised to save money. Affected staff might include porters and cleaners, according to a source inside the hospital. The worker said non-medical staff were worried about their contracts being handed to private firms. … Continue reading →
ROTHERHAM NHS Foundation Trust ended the year £13 million worse off than bosses had planned. The trust, which runs Rotherham Hospital, ended the financial year with a budget deficit of £6.4 million. It had aimed for a surplus of £6.6 … Continue reading →
The Star also reports today on the farce at RDGH: Hospital’s huge bill for management shake-up Huge bills are being racked up to pay for experts to turn around a financial crisis facing the NHS trust running Rotherham Hospitals. Details … Continue reading →
Spotted by ‘a regular reader’, with Rothpol’s thanks. From Burton Mail: . . Controversial past of £2k-a-day axeman Written by JOSH TAYLOR A £1,975-A-DAY executive at Burton’s Queen’s Hospital is among a group of senior healthcare officials found to have … Continue reading →
It seems there’s no limit to the extent to which Rovrum’s Corn Fed Grunters, Muppets and Clowns will put both feet into the civic trough to find an easy feed at taxpayer expense. Not for them a lowly-paid hard-working job, no way Comrade, no way at all.
I would be interested, overjoyed and full of happiness to find out just what special talents, abilities, lifes experiences and commitments this latest drain on the public purse will bring to the Board of Rotherham Hospital Foundation Trust.
We must be getting pretty desperate to be taking on such parachute champions.