Cancer patients in the South are having their say on how hospital trusts can improve their care. The results of a new survey show overall treatment has improved with on average eighty-eight percent of patients rating their care as very good or excellent.
But there were areas which scored low such as people being offered a written care plan. Health Secretary Andrew Lansley announced the findings of the survey during a visit to Portsmouth's Queen Alexandra Hospital - it came out of it as the most improved trust in the country.
A cancer patient care survey has found that Portsmouth is the most improved area. However other places in the region have not done as well.
Cancer patients in the South have been voicing their opinions on the provision and quality of care and treatment in the region.