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600 more hospital jobs axed Thursday May 25, 10:44 AM

The jobs crisis in the health service worsened when a leading Trust confirmed plans to axe 600 jobs in a bid to save £33 million.
Oxford Radcliffe Hospitals said the plans aimed to fit health services to the level of funding available to avoid overspending at the end of the year.
The Trust, which has four hospitals in Oxford and Banbury, said it could not rule out compulsory redundancies, although it currently had 600 vacancies.
Campaign group Health Emergency said more than 15,000 health jobs had now been axed across the country and warned that
the number could double by the end of the summer

The "Miracle Economy" continues to wreak its devastation upon the land. :angry:

Edited by Realistbear

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Looks like Northampton NHS is in trouble too .. !


£20m cuts at hospital

HEALTH chiefs at Northampton General Hospital are being ordered to make almost £20 million of cuts in the financial year ahead.

Staff at Northampton General Hospital were told in a briefing yesterday the hospital was likely to face job cuts and reductions in the number of beds available.



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