Atos Healthcare Executives Correspondence


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Atos Healthcare Executives Correspondence

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Atos UK16 September 2011EmailToRequest comment on "Atos pulls out of NHS contract".

Atos UK

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    Caroline Crouch - Atos PR Manager, UK

    Address: 4 Triton Square, Regent's Place, London NW1 3HG
    Tel: +44 20 7830 4233
    Fax: +44 20 7830 4445

Atos pulls out of NHS contract - 16 September 2011 12:09

Request for comment on the Guardian article which reported Atos pulling out of a NHS contract.

To: Caroline Crouch - Atos PR Manager, UK

Dear Ms Crouch,

Re: Atos Healthcare pulls out of NHS contract

I am concerned at the implications of the report that appeared in the Guardian on the 12 April 2011 (see

I may have missed the Atos press release on the matter though I have looked in vain on various Atos websites. Please can you provide me with the view of Atos on this matter. I apologise for the delay in my request as I am seriously ill and the matter has only recently been brought to my attention.

I look forward to hearing from you. Thank you.

Yours sincerely