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.
"Following the inspection the Trust took immediate and appropriate action to meet these standards. Following an unannounced inspection in February 2013 the Trust was found to be compliant in the staffing and records standards."
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