Inspectors Say Hospital Care Is Improving

Inspectors Say Hospital Care Is ImprovingHealth inspectors have marked the recent improvement in the hospital care in Worcestershire which was found very bad in the earlier report. Earlier the hospital care was very bad.

Inspectors are quiet happy with the work of common chiefs from Worcestershire Acute Hospitals NHS Trust. They have also received encouraging feedback from inspectors.

In the recent report the Alexandra Hospital in Redditch was the decisive topic. This was raised by the Care Quality Commission (CQC) which has highlighted the major concerns about patients getting enough water and food.

Inspectors from the places like West Midlands Strategic Health Authority, the Care Quality Commission and NHS Worcestershire are considering about the reviews of safety and quality across the county’s three hospitals. They are looking over the hospitals named Worcestershire Royal Hospital in Worcester, the Alex and Kidderminster Hospital.

On 9th June the team had talks with the staff and patients. They have looked over the patient experience and leadership as well. They have also marked the issues raised in the report published by the CQC.