A quarter of NHS staff at a cost of £ 2 billion has been re-appointed – by the National Health Service
- The NHS has moved out to 8,192 people who have been having been in the past ten years
- New figures show that the moor service has reverted £ 500m of paid staff again
- Senior managers receive six-figure costs only to return after a few weeks
- The number may be paid for more than 20,000 nurses for a year
Holly Bancroft for a Sunday Post
Almost a quarter of NHS staff made over the past ten years have been run by the Health Service.
New figures show that there are 35,827 employees worth £ 1.99 billion worth of 2010, but 8,192 people have been reimbursed.
It means that the NHS could pay £ 500 million in remodeling payments to people who have just returned to the service. The number is sufficient to fund more than 20,000 nurses for a year.
Chris Reed, who was Head of NHS North of Tyne, received a total payment of £ 345,000 when he was abolished in 2013, but returned to the NHS within three months as the interim Chief Executive of the Trust Leeds NHS Hospital. His wife, Karen Straughair, was not also used at the same time getting a salary of £ 605,000 before becoming also a director of revival at the same hospital as her husband
The working scanner & # 39; have seen some managers who pay six-figure and their-digits; start new NHS jobs just weeks later.
Many posts were caused by a controversial breakdown of NHS bureaucracy under the Health Secretary; Previously, Andrew Lansley, who put over 200 clinical commissioning groups (CCGs) instead of primary care trusts (PCTs) and local strategic health authorities (SHA).
Labor Asiatic Health Secretary Jonathan Ashworth said last night: "The sums spent on payroll packages for staff – many of them were brought forward as a result of changes made by the government – just at risk at a time when the financial pressure was placed on the NHS.
"A patient who has been erased or left a trol to be deleted by this incapacity. & # 39;
The photograph of the Health Department of Scotland, Alan Perkins, found a salary of £ 306,000 from the work & informative & in 2013, but was appointed directly for a new NHS £ 150k post with £ 172k in pension benefits
The Results say their hands were tied due to generously acclaimed rules that were introduced under the previous Labor government.
The figures, which were released in response to a parliamentary question by Mr Ashworth, show that 2,834 NHS employees have paid more than £ 100,000 worth from April 2010. Among them, 393 over £ 200,000.
They include Alan Perkins, an old Health Service service, who received a salary of £ 306,538 when it was removed from work & informative in 2013. But then he became an interim chief executive of the Health and Social Care Information Center (HSCIC) – known as NHS Digital today – for a year and was paid just under £ 150,000, and £ 172,000 in pension benefits.
Karen Straughair, 55, received £ 605,000 and her husband, Chris Reed, collected 62 £ 345,000 when the two NHS bodies were run on Tyneside in 2013.
Within three months, both of them had received work at the Leeds Hospital Hospital NHS Trust – Mr Reed as interim chief executive and Ms. Strauss as a revitalization director. They are both since they went on.
There is no suggestion that any of those people have broken down any rules or dealt with unsurely.
The Health Department spokesman said: & There is a reduction in & # 39; Expenditure posts from 2010, with almost a third of these being taken voluntarily. In addition, in 2015 we provided mutual agreement packages for high-income NHS staff, and & # 39; spending more money on face services. & # 39;