Dr Dexter James has ended his decade-long tenure as the Chief Executive Officer of the Queen Elizabeth Hospital, the QEH said tonight.
In a statement, the hospital said James, who has been on sick leave since February 27, has “mutually agreed” to part ways with the state hospital.
He was immediately replaced by Director of Support Services Louise Bobb who had been acting in the post during his absence indefinitely.
He was appointed as QEH CEO in 2009. (BT/QEH)