WYSHA

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WYSHAWest Yorkshire Strategic Health Authority (UK)
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He has previously worked as director of planning and performance for Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust and director of strategic development for West Yorkshire Strategic Health Authority.
Her most recent role at West Yorkshire Strategic Health Authority was as communications coordinator.
She has a degree course in public relations from Leeds Metropolitan University and has worked at Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust and The Mid Yorkshire Hospitals NHS Trust and West Yorkshire Strategic Health Authority.
A spokesman said, 'West Yorkshire Strategic Health Authority, in conjunction with Airedale NHS Trust, is to hold an independent inquiry into events relating to patient care at Airedale NHS Trust between 2000 and 2002, which became subject to a police investigation.
A spokesman said: "West Yorkshire Strategic Health Authority, in conjunction with Airedale NHS Trust, is to hold anindependent inquiry into events relating to patient care at Airedale NHS Trust between 2000 and 2002, which became subject to a police investigation.
This means that protesters have to either ring up and voice their opinion on 0113 2952141 or email the West Yorkshire Strategic Health Authority at sha.enquiries@westyorks.nhs.uk
* To give your views to the panel contact the communications team at the West Yorkshire Strategic Health Authority on sha.enquiries@ westyorks.nhs.uk or 0113 295 2141.
People who would like to make an appointment or give new evidence should get in touch with the communications team at West Yorkshire Strategic Health Authority at sha.enquiries@westyorks.
"The West Yorkshire Strategic Health Authority has outlined plans for all hospital and mental health trusts to aim for the status by 2007."
A new shake-up of the local NHS is to begin with the abolition of West Yorkshire Strategic Health Authority.
A spokesman for the Calderdale and Huddersfield NHS Trust said today: "We are working towards a potential bid this year to meet the Government target of all acute trusts achieving foundation trust status by 2008 and the West Yorkshire Strategic Health Authority's target of 2007."
The proposals - by the West Yorkshire Strategic Health Authority - will see Huddersfield's two GP-led primary care trusts merge with the North Kirklees PCT.
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