The daughter of a woman who suffered bad bruising during a stay at Tameside Hospital says staff have failed to learn lessons.
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 family claimed 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 are investigating the incident.
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