Delays in patient care and a lack of consultant support have left junior medics fearing for their mental health, an NHS England investigation has discovered.
Former University Hospitals Birmingham chief executive Professor David Rosser has decided to retire, it has been announced.
A major trust’s former chief executive and medical director have been cleared, after being accused of failing to protect breast patients from a rogue surgeon.
A fifth patient has been given the wrong blood at a major teaching hospital’s haematology department where patient safety concerns were raised by clinicians last year.
No matter the strength of an acquiring organisation, it would be ‘naïve’ to think the ‘biggest corporate failure in NHS history’ can turn itself around quickly, according to University Hospitals Birmingham chief executive Professor David Rosser.
At least 1,000 staff at the country’s largest NHS trust are still unvaccinated with a week to go until the deadline, it can be revealed.
The government has rejected advice from an independent inquiry into the actions of disgraced surgeon Ian Paterson to suspend all healthcare professionals who are suspected of posing a risk to patient safety.
The former chief executive and medical director of a major NHS trust are facing misconduct charges over an alleged failure to protect breast patients from disgraced surgeon Ian Paterson.
The chief executive of one of England’s largest acute trusts is to appear before a General Medical Council investigation committee, after being accused of providing misleading and inaccurate information to the regulator.
The number of patients waiting more than two years for elective care has grown by nearly half in the space of one month, HSJ analysis can reveal.
A large trust in the West Midlands has told patients it is suspending “a high proportion” of non-urgent cancer surgery, HSJ has learned.
Dame Julie Moore has announced her retirement from the newly merged University Hospitals Birmingham Foundation Trust.
Dame Julie Moore has dismissed suggestions of another takeover of a neighbouring trust but says the boundaries between acute providers are “blurring” across Birmingham and Solihull.
One of the biggest hospital trusts in the country will form on Sunday following a deal being reached after months of wrangling with NHS Improvement.
The way NHS patients are referred to and from the private sector by individual professionals will be examined by an independent inquiry, the government has announced.
A breakdown by area of acute trusts by the share of staff saying they had witnessed potentially harmful errors, near misses or incidents in the last month, in the 2017 NHS staff survey.
Chris Ham has announced he will leave the King’s Fund at the end of 2018.
HSJ approached the 29 pathology networks proposed by NHS Improvement to ask if local trusts had signed up. In most cases the proposed “hub” trust was able to answer on behalf of its network.