NHS chief to retire

THE chief executive of NHS Lanarkshire Ian Ross has announced he is to retire in December.

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Mr Ross has worked in the health service for 45 years and took up the post of acting chief ­executive in April 2012.

He was appointed to the post of chief executive in December 2012.

Health Secretary Alex Neil said: "I would like to extend my sincere thanks to Ian for his dedication and commitment to Scotland's NHS.

"With a remarkable 45 years of service in the NHS, Ian brought a wealth of experience to his role as leader of NHS Lanarkshire.

"Ian's commitment to the NHS never ­faltered, and I'm sure he will be deeply missed by the staff of NHS Lanarkshire."

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