Interviewees: Daren Mochrie Chief Executive, SECAmb & Nigel Sweet Unison
The Chief Executive of South East Coast Ambulance Service has announced his resignation after less than two years in the post.
Daren Mochrie was appointed Chief Executive in April 2017 with a brief to address multiple failings in patient care.
The recent Care Quality Commission report said there had been improvements but the service was so poor that the Trust was to be kept in 'special measures'.
The organisation covers an area stretching across Surrey, Kent, Sussex and North East Hampshire.
Daren Mochrie will leave the Trust in spring 2019 to take up a new role as Chief Executive of North West Ambulance Trust.