The boss of the health board that's announced plans to axe 380 jobs will be quizzed today by AMs.
Adam Cairns, Chief Executive of the Cardiff and Vale University Health Board will go before the influential Public Accounts Committee.
The Health Board says it has to make savings of more than £56 million by March. Unions are warning that patient care is at risk.
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