Nottingham hospital boss apologises with charity run


The chief executive of Nottingham's NHS hospitals joined a charity race to apologise for thousands of cancelled operations this year.

Peter Homa was challenged to run the Race For Life at Clumber Park on Sunday by the family of a cancer patient whose surgery was delayed four times.

Andrew Smith and his sister Gillian Moulds, whose cancer operation was delayed by months, received an apology from Mr Homa at the race.

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