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Health trust's chairman.

A kirklees health official has been re-appointed for another term. Dr Barry Seal, who has been with North Kirklees Primary Care Trust for the last three years, has again been appointed chairman. He said: "I have always had a keen interest in healthcare and I am thrilled to be starting another term here at the North Kirklees trust. At a time of great change in the local health economy, I am committed to supporting the hundreds of dedicated and capable staff that work across the trust and build on all the good work that has already been achieved, to ensure patients continue to receive the highest standard of healthcare." He will receive pounds 19,454 a year working for the trust between three and three- and-a-half days a week.
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Title Annotation:Health
Publication:Huddersfield Daily Examiner (Huddersfield, England)
Date:Nov 21, 2005
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