The James Paget Hospital at Gorleston has been praised by inspectors. Their latest report has given the hospital a 'good' rating, which they say is praise considering the winter pressures last year and the long hot summer.
The report says the hospital cared for people with dignity, respect and kindness. The only area needing some improvement was end of life care.
A team of inspectors visited the hospital in July as part of their ongoing national inspection programme.
They inspected three clinical areas, medical care, maternity and end of life care.
As a result of their inspection, the inspectors concluded that the JPUH should retain its overall grade of 'Good' - the third time it has been awarded such a grading in as many inspections.