South Tees Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust announced today that it has to save £91 million between now and 2017.
The trust does not underestimate just how difficult it will be to make these savings while at the same time protecting the quality and safety of services it provides.
This savings target breaks down as:
- £21.9m (3.8% this financial year)
- £40.1m (7.8% in 2015/2016)
- £29.0m (5.8% in 2016/2017)
In the video below chief executive Professor Tricia Hart talks about the trust’s three year recovery plan.