U.K. — Newcastle hospitals chief sacked for gross misconduct

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From the Guardian news article:

The longest-serving NHS hospital boss has been sacked for gross misconduct and is being investigated by the service’s internal anti-fraud police.

Sir Leonard Fenwick was dismissed by the board of Newcastle upon Tyne hospitals foundation trust after 39 years for misconduct involving “inappropriate behaviour, use of resources and a range of governance issues”.

The trust said it could not elaborate on the nature of Fenwick’s misdemeanours because it had asked NHS Protect, the anti-fraud service, to look into its “concerns”…

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