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I do care about the future of Grantham Hospital, says new trust chief

By KentOnline reporter

The new interim chief executive of the trust which runs Grantham Hospital says those who believe he does not care for the hospital are wrong and that he is working hard for a good future for the site.

Andrew Morgan, chief executive of United Lincolnshire Hospitals NHS Trust (ULHT), has already come in for a barrage of criticism from those who want to see Grantham Hospital get its full A&E service back, as well as those other services which have been lost in recent years.

Following a £21 million boost for the A&E unit at Boston Pilgrim Hospital (and a visit there by Prime Minister Boris Johnson to boot), even more criticism has been poured on the trust, with accusations of Grantham Hospital being ignored by ULHT while the focus remains on Boston and Lincoln.


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