The troubled Norfolk and Suffolk Foundation Trust has this evening appointed a new chief executive.
Professor Jonathan Warren has been given the job for two years. He recently joined to work on improvements after the mental health trust was put into special measures. Previous boss Antek Lejk is leaving after less than a year in the job.
North Norfolk MP Norman Lamb had appealed to the health secretary Matt Hancock, to meet with residents who felt let down by the service.
Prof Warren has more than 35 years' experience in clinical and operational leadership.