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The health care watchdog says fewer hospitals are treating patients with respect and dignity.
Newham Hospital met just one of the five basic standards for looking after patients, being criticised for not always protecting patients from abuse, respecting a patient's privacy, or making sure they are eating and drinking. Ronke Phillips reports.
The West London Mental Health Trust which runs the Limes nursing home has said it has taken action after a Care Quality Commission report found that its staff were not trained in dealing with allegations that patients had been abused.
The trust which runs Chase Farm Hospital says it has taken action following a Care Quality Commission report which criticised its staffing levels and record keeping. Barnet and Chase Farm Hospitals NHS Trust said a second inspection last month had shown that standards had been improved.
Barts Health NHS Trust, which runs Newham University Hospital, said action has been taken to ensure patient care was improved after the hospital failed to meet four out of five standards in patient care.
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A report has found that two London hospitals and a nursing home failed to meet standards for looking after patients.