Apology over baby deaths at Caithness General Hospital

Apology over baby deaths at Caithness General Hospital
 

NHS Highland has apologised for "past failings" after an inquiry following the deaths of five babies at one hospital found at least two of the deaths were "potentially avoidable".
The deaths at Caithness General Hospital were examined in a review of the safety of neonatal services.
An external independent inquiry looked at two stillbirths and three neonatal deaths from 2010 to 2015.
It concluded that at least two of the deaths were "potentially avoidable".
"Sub-optimal care" and "avoidable factors" were recorded in all five of the perinatal... read more

 
28 November 2016 in Health, Views: 36
Source: BBC
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