Trust chief's 'tears' ahead of departure
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Southern Health's Katrina Percy spoke of 'tears' ahead of resignation

Ahead of her recent departure as chief executive at under-fire mental health trust Southern Health, Katrina Percy told the BBC it had been "really pressurised and really difficult".

The chief executive, who resigned as the head of a troubled mental health trust had a new £240,000-a-year job created for her, the BBC has learned.

Ms Percy faced months of criticism for the way her trust failed to investigate patient deaths.

  • 07 Sep 2016
  • From the section England