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NHS chief quits job.

THE head of the health service in Scotland has stepped down, it was announced yesterday.

Trevor Jones, chief executive of NHS Scotland, is leaving to take up a new job as chief executive of Avon, Gloucestershire and Wiltshire health authority.

Jones, 53,said: 'I'll be very sorry to leave. I have enjoyed my time here but this is an exciting challenge back in the NHS frontline.'

Health minister Malcolm Chisholm said: 'I would like to thank Trevor Jones and wish him well in his new role.'
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