South East Coast Ambulance Service 'to be put in special measures'

South East Coast Ambulance Service 'to be put in special measures'
 

An NHS ambulance trust is to be placed in special measures after being rated inadequate by England's chief inspector of hospitals.
South East Coast Ambulance Service NHS Foundation Trust (Secamb) was inspected by the Care Quality Commission (CQC).
Reasons for the rating included bullying, delayed response times and putting patients at risk.
The trust said it was committed to improving the quality of its service.
Secamb, which covers Kent, Surrey, Sussex and North East Hampshire, said it already had a recovery plan in place and had taken action across a number of areas to address concerns.... read more

 
29 September 2016 in Health, Views: 37
Source: BBC
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