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Falklands : Derek Muhl Returns as Interim Director of Health and Social Services
Submitted by Falkland Islands News Network (Juanita Brock) 18.05.2013 (Article Archived on 15.06.2013)

Derek Muhl, no stranger to the Falklands, has been appointed as Interim Director of Health and Social Services in order to provide continuity between the departure of David Jenkins, and the arrival of his substantive successor Hilary Rowland.





Derek
Muhl Returns as Interim Director of Health and Social Services



By
J. Brock (FINN)



Derek Muhl, no
stranger to the Falklands, has been appointed as Interim Director of Health and
Social Services in order to provide continuity between the departure of David
Jenkins, and the arrival of his substantive successor Hilary Rowland.



Well known in the
Falkland Islands, having first worked in the Islands fifteen years ago when he
was appointed as the first Director of Health and Social Services, Derek last
worked in the Islands 4 years ago, also as Interim Director of Health.



“I am very happy
to be returning to the Falkland Islands,” said Mr Muhl.  “As always, there is much happening within
health and social services. A key priority over the next three months will be
to develop the proposed links with the University Hospital Southampton NHS
Foundation Trust, which offer real opportunities to enhance services for our
population.”  He went on to say that
there is also a need to take forward a number of service issues, with the
associated staffing and financial implications, which will require full engagement
with staff across health and social services. I am looking forward to the
challenge!



MLA Sharon
Halford, portfolio holder for Health and Medical Services said, “We are
delighted to welcome Derek back to the Islands to fill this important post.
 It is important to have continuity in such critical public services, and
Derek knows the Islands and the role well.”



 



 

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