When Gary Walker, as chief executive at the United Lincolnshire Hospitals trust (ULHT), raised concerns for patient safety, he was dismissed and paid £500,000 from the public purse for his silence. This is public money being used for corrupt purposes.
When Mr. Walker broke his silence, he was threatened with legal action and told by the NHS he faced paying back the money and any extra legal costs.
"I stand to lose everything if they sue," he told the Daily Mail.
NHS boss, Sir David Nicholson, participated in his dismissal.
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Mr. Walker said, "It has got to the stage where thousands and thousands of patients are dying needlessly in NHS hospitals and the government says no one’s to blame, someone needs to stand up and be counted.”
NHS boss, Sir David Nicholson, is now head of the NHS Commissioning Board. So, what does he know that keeps him in his job...?