The family of a woman who suffered bruising at Tameside Hospital say they are still failing to learn vital lessons in care.
Lisa Evans says she was told her mother Marguerita Evans had ‘slipped’ while being moved from a bed to a wheelchair by a nursing auxiliary.
The incident comes just 10 months after the 76-year-old, who suffers from Alzheimer’s disease, was left on a trolley in a corridor at the same hospital.
Tameside Hospital said they're investigating the incident.
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