Contingency plans during doctors' strike
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Hospital chief executive explains plans to cope during strike

The British Medical Association has announced a week of strikes in England, after its members voted to reject the new junior doctors' contract.

On BBC Radio 4's PM programme, Nick Hulme, the chief executive of Colchester Hospital University NHS Foundation Trust and Ipswich Hospital, explained what contingency plans his hospitals would be putting in place.

  • 01 Sep 2016
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