A 3-year-old boy who was airlifted to hospital after being found in a swimming pool has died.
But sadly, the child was found shortly after 7.20pm in a nearby swimming pool. He received emergency medical treatment at the scene but was unresponsive.
He was airlifted to Southampton General Hospital where he tragically passed away in the early hours of this morning.The young boy has not yet been formally identified.
A three year old boy who was found unconscious in a swimming pool in Wiltshire has died.
Wiltshire Police were called to Upavon shortly after 7pm yesterday to reports of a missing child.
Sadly, the child was found shortly after 7.20pm in a nearby swimming pool.
He received emergency medical treatment at the scene but was unresponsive.
He was airlifted to Southampton General Hospital - but they were unable to resuscitate him.
A three year old boy has been airlifted to hospital with life threatening injuries following an incident in Upavon. Wiltshire Police were called shortly after 7pm this evening to reports of a missing child. Sadly, the child was found shortly after 7.20pm in a nearby swimming pool.
He received emergency medical treatment at the scene but was unresponsive. He has been airlifted to Southampton General Hospital where he remains in a life threatening condition
Two year old Callum Giles had to wait six hours on plastic chairs outside a ward at Southampton General Hospital because of a shortage of beds. Kerry Swain went to meet his parents.
A spokesperson from the University Hospital Southampton gave this statement regarding the 'absolutely appalling" care a couple's two-year-old son received after waiting six hours for a hospital bed.
The parents of a two-year-old boy who had to wait six hours because doctors couldn't find him a hospital bed are demanding an apology.
Callum Giles became sick last week and when his condition worsened, his parents John and Marie rushed him to Southampton General Hospital.
Despite battling a blood infection, being hooked up to a drip and lying across two chairs pushed together, his parents were told by medical staff that he would have to wait because there was no room.
John and Marie say they are 'absolutely appalled' at the care Callum was given.
The family of a 4-year-old boy who died of a heart attack at Southampton General Hospital will be paid a five figure sum in compensation.
The inquest into Matthew Kenway's death found that there was a delay in identifying that he was in cardiac arrest.
He had gone into hospital for a routine kidney operation.
Southampton General Hospital have shut six wards to new admission following an outbreak of norovirus.
Norovirus is the most common stomach bug in the UK that affects people of all ages, is highly contagious and causes vomiting and diarrhoea.
Patients with bowel cancer at Southampton's teaching hospitals have a 98.2% survival rate after surgery.
The national bowel cancer audit 2013 showed that a team of six surgeons at Southampton General Hospital performed 274 operations with one of the lowest adjusted mortality rates.
Part of the analysis was to judge each trust and gave them a percentage score, based on how ill the patients were, how high risk the procedure was and how many patients survived.
The national average was 3.1% deaths. University Hospital Southampton NHS Foundation Trust scored 1.8%.
James Smallwood, a consultant lower gastrointestinal surgeon said, "Achieving the best possible survival rate from major surgery is every surgeons ultimate goal."
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