Nursing chief talks high about Stafford Hospital staff
A nursing chief in the UK has spoken very highly about the staff at Stafford Hospital for having patients requirements of care and support as the topmost priority despite fears of losing their jobs and closure of the hospital.
He said that its highly praiseworthy on the part of the staff to not think about the uncertainty of their jobs and look after patients extremely efficiently.
The staff was determined that they kept in mind the patients' health and care as their only aim and worked tirelessly to improve the safety and quality of care at Stafford Hospital.
He added that he generally attempted to do on a visit as this, he likewise spoke with a patient. Both he and his wife said they were exceptionally fulfilled by the forethought he was appropriating.
Dr Carter said that Mid Staffordshire NHS Foundation Trust should have the steadiness of enough talented and trained attendants to take good quality care of patients. He said it was also important to post newer employees into vacant spots.
He said, there is no excuse for why medical attendants ought to be discouraged from working at Stafford Hospital.
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