"We are making significant improvements".
That's the message from Karen James, Interim Chief Executive, Tameside General Hospital in response to a critical report by CQC inspectors who found the trust was still failing to meet 8 out of 11 key national standards.
The Trust says it has already started recruiting 60 nurses and compassion is at the heart of what they do.
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