How we are doing
We care about quality and safety and are committed to being open and transparent with our patients and local community about how we are doing. Our performance can be measured through a variety of indicators, from infection and mortality rates to inspection results, patient feedback and the numbers of falls and pressure ulcers on our wards.
The Trust has been placed in financial special measures
Our infection rates are steadily improving year-on-year, thanks to the efforts of our staff, patients and visitors.
Improving Together is our improvement plan which focusses on quality, patient access and flow, culture and sustainability
How we performed last month on A&E waiting times, cancer waiting times and 18 week waits.
The CQC is the independent regulator of all health and social care services in England. They regulate, check and inspect our services. You can view our ratings and our Quality Development Plan.
Every month we publish information on patient safety and experience indicators
We are pleased to say that our Trust no longer has 'higher than expected' death rates.
Every month we publish data about how many nurses were on shift on each ward
By being open and honest with our patients and local communities we hope to drive up standards of care.
We're pledging to reduce avoidable harm by half as part of a national campaign
Patients can leave feedback in person, by letter and even online.
Our patients rate us every month on food and cleanliness