A trust’s attempts to improve safeguarding – believed to have been prompted by a case where a patient with dementia was restrained and forcibly treated – have been criticised by an independent review.
A contentious reconfiguration of stroke services which has already suffered years of delays now faces a further setback, after commissioners declared another review of the scheme.
An ‘outstanding’ London trust has appointed a new chief executive.
The proportion of stroke units awarded the top ratings in a national audit has fallen significantly, HSJ analysis shows.
Projects in Dorset and Devon are set to be the first within the government’s New Hospital Programme to agree construction contracts.
A former Department of Health leader is set to take the helm at an East of England trust.
A trust has admitted it is having to discharge patients inappropriately into care homes or community hospital beds because of a shortage of home care workers.
A trust has revealed its wide-ranging concerns about the Nightingale surge hub that has been built on its premises under national plans to cope with a future wave of covid admissions.
An acute trust is seeking £30m in national funding to build a new elective care centre which it says would cut outsourcing costs and increase activity across its integrated care system.
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The chief executive of an ‘outstanding’ London trust is to move to one of the most troubled trusts in the country.
A trust will not face a second prosecution over the death of a baby seven days after a chaotic birth at one of its hospitals, unless new evidence emerges.
A trust is attempting to boost its recruitment of senior medics by offering ‘guaranteed’ jobs to the partners of those consultants offered a substantive post.
Sajid Javid has given the go-ahead to a controversial stroke reconfiguration, more than two years after plans were agreed by the NHS locally.
Some acute trusts have failed to report large numbers of hospital-acquired covid infections as patient safety incidents, despite NHS England describing this as ‘fundamental’.
The trust at the centre of a maternity scandal does not have enough midwifery staff to keep women and babies safe, a Care Quality Commission inspection has revealed.
The backlog of serious clinical incidents that need investigating is building up throughout the NHS, due to the impact of coronavirus and emergency service pressures.
The chief executive of a trust with major care quality concerns, including a maternity scandal investigation, is to stand down.
Four health systems have been put into NHS England’s replacement for the special measures regime, as well as four more acute trusts.
An acute trust has been fined £733,000 for failing to meet fundamental standards of care, in a groundbreaking case brought by the Care Quality Commission.