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Salford Royal NHS staff M6

Location: UK » North West » M
Sector: Health

Salford Royal NHS Foundation Trust expects to cut staffing levels by the equivalent of 750 full-time posts between 2010 and 2013, with 250 posts going each year.

Within this 15 percent overall target, the management and corporate departments have been targeted with a reduction of 20 percent, with lower targets for clinical/frontline services.

As of 9th September 2010, the Trust had removed the equivalent of 183.76 full-time posts through natural turnover and redeployment, with the following breakdown:

Medical - 12.23 FTE (full-time equivalent staff)
Nursing - 65.97 FTE
Scientific and technical/professional and technical - 11.95 FTE
Admin/management/corporate - 93.61 FTE

The Trust runs the Salford Royal hospital, which provides a range of medical, surgical, maternity and emergency services to the people of Salford, and offers specialist care to people from all over the UK who need expert help with brain, neuroscience, kidney, bone, intestine or skin conditions.

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