Stafford Hospital inquiry hears from ex-boss
THE chief executive largely blamed for the crisis at Stafford Hospital was today giving evidence to the public inquiry – via a written statement.
Martin Yeates is not appearing before the Stafford Hospital inquiry in person.
Instead his statement will be read to the inquiry.
Mr Yeates resigned from his £169,000-a-year post in May 2009, two months after the Healthcare Commission criticised the hospital.
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It found between 400 and 1,200 more patients had died than would have been expected from 2005 to 2008.