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Interim chief executive appointed at Milton Keynes Hospital

18 May 2010

An interim management appointment has been made at Milton Keynes Hospital following the departure of its chief executive after nine years in the role.

Jill Rodney resigned from her post last Friday (May 14th 2010), with a statement from the hospital putting her exit down to "personal reasons", reports the Milton Keynes Citizen.

Dr Walter Greaves, chairman of Milton Keynes Hospital NHS Foundation Trust, said: "It is with reluctance that I have accepted her resignation."

As a result, Mark Millar, the former chief executive of Hinchingbrooke Health Care NHS Trust, has been appointed interim chief executive.

He will take up his new temporary role from June 1st 2010, as the search begins to find a permanent successor to Ms Rodney.

Earlier this month, the General Dental Council (GDC) also appointed an interim chief executive following the departure of Alison White.

Ian Todd will also act as registrar during his time at the GDC.

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