An inspection by the Care Quality Commission has found the Royal United Hospital wasn't providing an adequate service during peak times.
In-patients were being put into a day care unit without proper facilities and patients complained they had little privacy.
The CQC has told the hospital trust to come up with a plan to improve. We spoke to Ian Biggs, the Deputy Director of the Care Quality Commission (South):
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