Dozens more children than initially thought have come to “severe” harm following failings in audiology care, HSJ can reveal.
Children have suffered severe harm at two further hospital trusts as a result of failures in paediatric audiology, HSJ can reveal.
NHS boards have been told to obtain extra assurance around the risks to unsafe concrete beams in their estate, following the sudden closure of school buildings.
Staffing shortages are likely to restrict the use of a beneficial painkiller in birthing suites, even once its use has been recommended by national guidance.
Ministers have named the 30 trusts which will receive a share of a £250m fund to increase urgent and emergency care capacity.
North West Anglia Foundation Trust has recruited Mid and South Essex FT’s acting chief executive as its new permanent CEO.
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Two trusts have been added to NHS England’s list of those identified as needing the most support meeting cancer and elective targets.
HSJ has mapped and charted how the projects in the new hospitals programme have changed following government’s announcement today.
The chief executive of an acute trust in the East of England has announced she is stepping down to take “semi-retirement”.
NHS England has revealed the latest list of trusts which it has identified as needing the most support to meet electives and cancer targets.
Trusts need hundreds of millions of pounds to remediate dangerous roofs.
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NHS England and local system leaders are looking into “consistently high” mortality rates over the last two years at an acute hospital after previous reviews failed to find an explanation, an integrated care board meeting was told this week.
Two acute trusts account for almost two-thirds of emergency department ‘diverts’ reported over the last two months.
The chair of an ‘inadequate’ rated hospital trust – said to have made improvements now being recognised by regulators – is moving to another provider in the region.
Several hospital trusts whose A&E performance was in the top half of trusts last summer have seen the biggest drops this year, with some of them citing out-of-date buildings as a major reason.
Ambulance handover delays lasting more than 60 minutes have quadrupled compared to this time last year, according to internal NHS data.