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MP to raise questions about Princess Alexandra hospital boss Phil Morley in House of Commons

Politics / Mon 13th Oct 2014 at 08:51am

IT APPEARS that the politicians of Hull have not forgotten about the former boss of their hospitals, Phil Morley, who is now the chief executive of Princess Alexandra Hospital.

Hull North MP Diana Johnson is set to raise the issue over Mr Morley’s reappointment when Parliament resumes next week reports the Hull Daily Mail

The Labour MP has repeatedly challenged the Government over Mr Morley’s new role since his departure from Hull and East Yorkshire Hospitals NHS Trust in April.

Ms Johnson said: “I raised the circumstances of Phil Morley’s sudden departure from Hull, just before May’s critical CQC report, with the Health Secretary, Jeremy Hunt, in the House of Commons.

“It’s a concern for the wider NHS that Mr Morley has moved so quickly into another high-flying NHS job, this time in Essex.”

The Hull Daily Mail has also reported on the Care Quality Commission (CQC) report into the “culture of bullying” at Hull Royal Infirmary and Castle Hill Hospital in Cottingham.

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