Head of Scottish medical body ousted from £200,000-a-year role in unprecedented move



The head of Edinburgh’s Royal College of Surgeons has been ousted from her six-figure job after a vote of no confidence.
Alison Rooney, 61, had held the post of chief executive at the medical body since October 2008, but was removed following a vote of no confidence on 11 October.
She was paid around £150,000 to £200,000 a year for her role.
The action is unprecedented for the historic institution, which was founded in 1505.
Members of the college, which is made up of some 26,000 surgeons and medics in the UK and internationally, were informed of Ms Rooney’s departure in an email.
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8 November 2019 in Hot News, Views: 26
Source: Scotsman
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