What will NHS shake-up mean for hospitals in England?
David Cameron has said Britain should not put off wide-ranging public sector reforms, amid criticism about the pace of NHS changes in England.
The PM said he wanted to "do right" by public sector workers but arguments he should stick with the status quo were a "complete fiction".
So what might the changes mean for hospitals in England?
The BBC's Health Correspondent, Branwen Jeffreys, has been to Leicester to find out.
- 17 January 2011
- BBC News