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Labour's NHS Job Cuts [ NHS Jobwatch total 10994 ]

I shall try to keep this table of job cuts in the NHS as uptodate as possible. If you know of anything that is missing or wrong please email me.
Hospital TrustFirst ReportedJob lossesLink
NIGEL CRISP, NHS Chief ExecutiveMar-071BBC
Royal Cornwall HospitalMar-08300BBC
Peterborough and Stamford HospitalsMar-13185BBC
University Hospital of North StaffordshireMar-161000BBC
Royal Shrewsbury Hspital and Princess Royal HospitalMar-20291BBC
Derriford Hospital, PlymouthMar-20200BBC
New Cross Hospital, WolverhamptonMar-21300BBC
Royal Free Hospital, NW LondonMar-22480BBC
Queen Mary's Hospital, SidcupMar-23190Guardian
County Durham and Darlington Acute Hospitals TrustMar-23700BBC
Brighton and Sussex University Hospitals TrustMar-29325BBC
Mid Staffordshire General Hospitals NHS TrustMar-29150BBC
Queen Elizabeth Hospital, WoolwichMar-31100Telegraph
Surrey and Sussex Healthcare NHS TrustApr-04400BBC
Medway NHS TrustApr-04160BBC
James Paget NHS TrustApr-05100BBC
Royal United Hospital, BathApr-05300BBC
Worcestershire Acute HospitalsApr-0572024dash
York HospitalsApr-0720024dash
Mid CheshireApr-07150 -> 25024dash
Sandwell and West BirminghamApr-1380024dash
Birmingham Blood CentreApril200staff
North Middlesex NHS TrustApr-1950enfieldindependent
West Hertfordshire NHS TrustApr-13700Telegraph
North Tees and Hartlepool NHS TrustMar-2374BBC
Norfolk and Norwich University HospitalMar-27700BBC
Gloucestershire Community NHS TrustMar-27172Telegraph estimated numbers 86 beds going
United Lincolnshire NHS TrustMar-10200BBC estimate on 17.5m deficit


Bob Piper said…
Could you possibly confirm whether these are a) actual job losses i.e postholders have been dismissed b) job reductions (managing vacant posts) or c) proposals by Trusts about the possible impact on the workforce.

I think the distinction is very important because either a postholder has lost their job or they haven't. So, really, how many people have actually been made redundant? It's not a trick question, I just don't know the answer.
john said…
This is all coming from the Public Domain so I cannot really do this.
TonyF said…
How many, apart from Crisp, are office wallahs and how many are frontline workers including ancillary?
john said…
No idea about the balance between office and frontline. My source for these is originally the media with work being done in the Lib Dems.
Bob Piper said…
So... John, you are admitting that these 'job cuts' may not be redundancies. They may be efficiencies, such as those proposed by the government to transfer resources from backline to frontline jobs, they may simply be the decision not to fill posts which have been held vacant for some time, they may be media scare stories which you are tamely trotting out, or they may be from reports written by Trusts to the SHA about a 'potential' impact of PCT budget reductions.

All very different to your bold assertion of up to date job cuts, I'm afraid. Typically Lib Dem though.
john said…
I suppose Nigel Crisp was actually not a job cut, but in fact a job expansion.

Otherwise they are from the Media all I have done is to take part in a collation process.
Bob Piper said…
Perhaps you could usefully 'collate from the media' all of the stories from the Birminham Post and Evening Mail about the fiasco the ruling coalition are making in running Birmingham... because obviously if it is in the media, it must be true.

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