In a statement, Weston Area Health NHS Trust says it is taking the following steps, in response to the CQC report's findings:
· Recruitment of more permanent staff including 36.5 whole time equivalent registered nurses
· Every ward now has an executive lead, with the top team spending significant time on the wards
· Introducing a simple process that allows all staff to see the ward environment from the patient’s point of view
· Letter written to all staff this morning, reminding them of the standards expected and asking them to report anything of concern directly to the Chief Executive
More top news
The RSPCA is investigating after a pet cat was fatally injured after being shot by someone using an airgun on Christmas Eve.
Bristol City manager Lee Johnson has further bolstered his first team squad by bringing in German goalkeeper Fabian Giefer from Schalke.
There were a series of burglaries to homes in South Gloucestershire on Tuesday (17/01) - police believe they are all linked.