A new website has been set up by the independent team investigating the behaviour of shamed TV star Jimmy Savile at Leeds hospitals.
NHS bosses launched the inquiry into the activities of Savile in the city’s hospitals, which he had a long association with.
Following hundreds of allegations of sexual abuse by Savile a nationwide investigation looking into his involvement with the NHS was started by the Department of Health.
The inquiry relating to Leeds hospitals is being held by Professor Sue Proctor, former chief nurse for Yorkshire and the Humber.
Retired police officer Det Supt Ray Galloway, who led the hunt for missing York chef Claudia Lawrence, is assisting the investigation and interviewing witnesses.
Last year it was revealed that six people had contacted hospital bosses about incidents involving the former presenter.
Now a new website has been created by the independent investigation team.
It says their inquiries will continue in private until September, before the team’s final report is published as requested by Health Secretary Jeremy Hunt at a later date.
Linda Pollard, chairman of Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust, told a meeting of hospital directors: “I am having regular conversations with the panel that has been set up and it is moving at a pace now.”
They are still looking for anyone with information about Jimmy Savile’s behaviour within the Leeds NHS.
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More details about the investigation are on the website: www.speakingoutleeds.co.uk