Queen Elizabeth Hospital under CQC review

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Posted 20/03/2012

The Queen Elizabeth Hospital in Kings Lynn joins a number of hospitals in the Eastern region under review from the Care Quality Commission in continued attempts to raise standards.A recent report has highlighted concerns over record keeping which the hospital must now address. The Queen Elizabeth Hospital now joins other hospitals such as the James Paget Hospital, Ipswich Hospital, Addenbrookes Hospital and the mental healthcare unit at Fulbourn Hospital who all must address shortcomings under various criteria to maintain a consistency of care for service users across the country.Sharon Allison, a Medical Injury Lawyer at Ashtons Legal says “It is of course concerning that a number of the hospitals in East Anglia are falling below the expected requirements, however it is encouraging that a body such as the Care Quality Commission exists to ensure uniformity of care wherever one should live within the country.”


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