The NHS Trust has issued a statement after an inquest into the death of 16 year old Diana Moore, who died at Frenchay Hospital in 2006 T
The coroner said Diana's visits to the the hospital all resulted in a lost opportunity to give treatment.
The statement reads:
Deborah Moore, mother of Diana who died in Frenchay Hospital in 2006, says the NHS Trust should be more accountable.
Following an inquest, the coroner said Diana's visits to the the hospital all resulted in a lost opportunity to give treatment.
A coroner has issued a narrative verdict following an inquest into the death of 16 year old Diana Moore, who died at Frenchay Hospital in 2006.** **
The verdict stated:
Today (Mon) an inquest began into the death of a 16 year old, who died five years ago, at Frenchay Hospital in Bristol.
Diana Moore's mother Deborah says she hopes an inquest will give her answers. She believes a number of opportunities to save her daughter's life were missed.
An inquest into the death of a 16 year old girl who died at Frenchay Hospital in 2006 begins today. Diana Moore's family claim a number of chances to diagnose the disease that killed her were missed. They say they just want to find out the truth about what happened to her.
Frenchay Hospital is to become a major trauma centre, specialising in treating people with life-threatening injuries.
It'll be part of a national network of hospitals, which will have to meet an agreed standard of trauma care. The service will move to Southmead in 2014.