The acting chief executive of Tameside General Hospital in Manchester, today labelled one of the worst trusts in the country, said her team would "learn lessons" from Sir Bruce Keogh's NHS review.
We've accepted recommendations of the Keogh review in full. There's no ifs and buts. These recommendations will be implemented. Please be assured of that. The new leadership team are committed and will learn lessons from the Keogh report.
We have to accept that there has been a problem. It saddens me as a clinician myself that you do see these reports, but I think we're ready now to move on to the next stage.
Eleven NHS hospital trusts in England are to be put under special measures for "fundamental breaches of care", the Government said today.
A woman has told ITV News her 76-year-old mother was left on a trolley in a corridor at the troubled Tameside Hospital last night.
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