The Chief Executive of the George Eliot hospital trust has said that the hospital is 'excited about the work to be done' at it was announced that the George Eliot is one of eleven under performing hospitals which will be paired with a more successful hospital to try and bring its standards up.
Kevin McGee said: "We're really positive about the work that we're doing....I think that working with the QE and Dame Julie Moore and her team we can make further improvements. So we're really excited about the work that has to be done."
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