Hospital boss to be quizzed over target

Andrew Stevens will appear before a committee

Andrew Stevens will appear before a committee

First published in News

A HOSPITAL boss is to appear before a watchdog committee about cancer waiting times concerns.

Andrew Stevens, director of planning and information at Oxford University Hospitals NHS Trust, will address the Oxfordshire joint health overview and scrutiny committee on Thursday.

From September to February the trust missed a key waiting target, for at least 85 per cent of patients to get first treatment within 62 days of an urgent GP referral.

The committee will meet from 10am at County Hall, New Road, Oxford.

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