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PCT chief's warning over pace of Government's NHS reforms

Listen to comment from Robert Creighton, chief executive of NHS Ealing, NHS Hillingdon and NHS Hounslow, about the current situation within his PCTs.

Listen to comment from Robert Creighton, chief executive of NHS Ealing, NHS Hillingdon and NHS Hounslow, about the current situation within his PCTs.

Mr Creighton warned delegates at a King's Fund breakfast meeting that the Government's reforms risked becoming a 'bloody awful train crash'.

Read Pulse's original story here, then listen below to hear what he said next.

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Mr Creighton warned the Government's NHS reforms risked becoming a 'bloody awful train crash' Mr Creighton warned the Government's NHS reforms risked becoming a 'bloody awful train crash'

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