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Ambulance boss to leave service




East Midlands Ambulance Service has announced that its chief executive Sue Noyes will be leaving the service in June.

Chairman Pauline Tagg said: “Sue is a valued and respected member of the EMAS team and we will be sorry to see her leave.”

The EMAS board will discuss a replacement in the coming weeks.



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