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Rob Larkman named as Whittington's new health chief

PUBLISHED: 13:50 30 July 2009 | UPDATED: 16:20 07 September 2010

WHITTINGTON Hospital has appointed Rob Larkman as its new chief executive. Mr Larkman, pictured, is currently chief executive of NHS Camden and in September he will replace David Sloman, who is set to take over at the Royal Free Hospital. Whittington chai

WHITTINGTON Hospital has appointed Rob Larkman as its new chief executive.

Mr Larkman, pictured, is currently chief executive of NHS Camden and in September he will replace David Sloman, who is set to take over at the Royal Free Hospital.

Whittington chairman Joe Liddane said: "I'm delighted to have appointed Rob. He brings key strengths to the leadership here at the Whittington which will ensure we are in a strong position in the future, building on our reputation as the hospital of choice for local people."

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