The Care Quality Commission has issued a formal warning to Mid Yorkshire Hospitals NHS Trust saying it must do more to improve standards of care or face further action. The warning follows an inspection at the trust’s Dewsbury and District Hospital, Halifax Road in Dewsbury earlier this month.
Inspectors visited to check on what progress had been made in relation to concerns about the hospital’s maternity services at the time of an earlier inspection, and to follow up on information received in relation to care of older people and discharge planning.
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