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The South Tees NHS Foundation Trust has agreed to address failings in infection control, finances and leadership.
They came to light after an investigation by Monitor, the NHS health regulator.
In a statement, the Trust said it was already working hard to address concerns.
The health service regulator has said the South Tees Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust must fix financial and infection control failings quickly to secure quality patient services.
The trust has been investigated by Monitor after failing to meet NHS waiting times last year.
The health sector regulator has found South Tees hospitals NHS Foundation Trust in breach of its licence to provide healthcare, following an investigation.
Monitor started looking into the trust when it failed to meet waiting times in October 2013.
As a result of the inquiry, it has agreed to put right infection control, financial and leadership failings through the following actions.
- Develop and deliver a financial recovery plan
- Appoint a transformation director
- Commission an external leadership review to find out what went wrong and why
- Develop and deliver an action control plan
South Tees Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust has agreed to put right failings revealed in an investigation.
Monitor investigated the trust after it failed to meet waiting times in October 2013.
It has agreed to put right leadership, financial and infection control failings.
More to follow.