NHS Confederation response to announcement of Lord Warner's retirement

Following the news earlier this afternoon that Lord Warner will be retiring, Gill Morgan, Chief Executive of the NHS Confederation said:

“Lord Warner has been a steady hand at the tiller on the NHS since his appointment. He has lead some of the most challenging issues on behalf of the Department of Health and the NHS, and has always managed them in a highly professional and amiable way.

“There is clear evidence that the NHS is turning a corner. There are still challenges ahead but with the new framework of pay contracts and an enabling IT system we believe that when people look back they will see Lord Warner as one of the major architects of a 21st Century NHS.

“Lord Warner has always engaged in discussion and debate and has been constructive in his approach. We will miss him.”


Notes for Editors

1. The NHC Confederation represents more than 90% of the organisations that make up the NHS. Its members include the majority of NHS acute trusts, ambulance trusts, foundation trusts, mental health trusts, primary care trusts, special health authorities and strategic health authorities in England; trusts and local health boards in Wales; and health and social service trusts and boards in Northern Ireland.
2. Contact Media Relations Manager Joanna Clason on 020 7074 3306 or 07798 571078 or Senior Media Officer Amy Darlington on 020 7074 3304 or 07767 770309.

Joanna Clason
Media Relations Manager
Direct line: 020 7074 3306
Mobile: 07798 571078
E-mail: joanna.clason@nhsconfed.org

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The NHS Confederation represents the organisations that make up the NHS. Our members include the majority of NHS organisations across the UK.

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