Health watchdogs say standards of care have improved at Weston General Hospital, just two months after it was threatened with enforcement action.
The Care Quality Commission had issued warning notices to hospital chiefs after finding that patients were not being treated with sufficient care or respect.
The warnings came after concerns raised during a previous inspection last August appeared to have been ignored.
The Chief Executive of Weston General Hospital Nick Wood spoke to ITV News West Country:
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