Recently released figures show that 75.5% of hospital trusts did not meet their nurse staffing targets during May this year. Out of the 139 trusts that submitted figures, 105 of these did not meet targets for the number of nursing hours worked across at least one of their hospital sites. Targets Continue Reading →
In 2012, following the Stafford hospital and other high profile NHS scandals, the Care Quality Commission (CQC) employed 134 additional inspectors despite them failing core competency tests. The Care Quality Commission are the regulatory body in charge of NHS hospitals and at the time of hiring, Continue Reading →
A Leicestershire mother has been awarded five figure damages following the death of her Daughter at the Leicester Royal Infirmary in 2010. The hospital recently admitted that the care provided fell ‘below an acceptable standard' after 28 year old Rebecca Joy Tealby of Market Harborough passed Continue Reading →
After a five year legal battle, a Leicestershire mother has received substantial damages for the delayed diagnosis and treatment of a birth injury that left her incontinent.
After an uneventful pregnancy, the claimant (K), a 31-year-old woman, was admitted into hospital on 8th November 2007, six Continue Reading →
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