Tuesday, April 19, 2011

Birmingham Local Involvement Chair Raj Resigns


The Birmingham Local Involvement Network Chair Resigns
Emailed Letter To Members passed to UserWatch

Dear Member

We are writing to inform you that we have received notice of the resignation of Rajinder Rattu, the current Birmingham LINk Chair. We would like to take this opportunity to thank Raj for all his contributions and wish him all the best in the future.

Kind regards (officer of)
Facilitator – Birmingham LINk Host

Who can save the future of health monitoring in Birmingham ? UserWatch previously covered how this Health Monitoring body seems to be melting down due to being termed : "unsafe" after it was pretty well ordered to get itself in good order .

It had no Standard Operating Procedures after 3 years apparently and frankly seems a bit of a mess .

It does have some good groups on it and we have seen their minutes and work but it does not seem to "link" well to itself and that problem originates right at its top "Core" group areas who appear to be unable to co-ordinate their own act properly .


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