Acurity Health appoints Ian England as chief executive

Tue, 28 May 2013

By Tina Morrison May 29 (BusinessDesk) – Acurity Health Group, the private hospital operator formerly known as Wakefield Health, named Ian England as chief executive, replacing Andrew Blair. England has for the past six years been chief executive of St Andrew’s War Memorial Hospital in Queensland, a member of the Australian Uniting Care Health group, the company said in a statement. Acurity said in October that Blair would step down after the Stewart family and Royston Hospital Trust Board took control in a partial takeover. England’s experi...
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