Tameside Hospital will remain in special measures after inspectors said its care was still inadequate.
The Chief Inspector of Hospitals said the care of critically ill patients, along with staffing levels and surgery, were still not good enough.
The Trust, in Ashton under Lyne, is among 11 across the country ordered to make improvements by the government because of high death rates.
A relative of a patient who was given poor care at Tameside says staff still need to listen to patients and their families.
More top news
The mother of murdered child James Bulger has urged the parole board to deny one of his killers early release.
An airline has announced a new route in response to a growing demand by Norwegians to attend English football matches.
Young people 'facing many pressures ' will benefit from a range of mental health initiatives in Greater Manchester