Consultants at Great Ormond Street Hospital (GOSH) in the UK are calling for chief executive Jane Collins to resign.
The demand comes after more than 40 consultants signed a letter of no confidence in the hospital’s management.
The letter, organised by a group of 20 consultants at a meeting convened by the British Medical Association, cites growing concerns over patient care, increasing skills gaps and the handling of hospital finances.
It has now been submitted to the chairman of Great Ormond Street Hospital and Labour peer Baroness Blackstone.
Some of the main signatories have met with the Baroness to discuss the letter.
According to a spokesman for the hospital, neither the chair nor the chief executive has received the letter and a response will be issued once the chair has read it.
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