The Government is due to respond to an investigation into the deaths of babies at East Kent Hospitals.
The reports were commissioned in response to the death of baby Harry Richford at the QEQM hospital in Margate. Harry died just seven days after his emergency delivery in November 2017, an inquest found. The coroner said his death was 'wholly avoidable'.
Harry's father, Tom Richford said the scale of the problem at East Kent Hospitals University NHS Foundation Trust needs to be understood before it can be resolved.
Speaking this morning, Mr Richford criticised trust chief executive Susan Acott. He said that despite writing "numerous letters", he and his wife Sarah had never spoken to her.
"It feels like she is in complete denial of the whole scale of the problem. I think we are going to call for a public inquiry to find out the scale of the problem, and once we know the scale of the problem, hopefully people will be able to go in there and resolve the problems that there are."
It comes amid reports that at least seven preventable baby deaths may have occurred at the trust since 2016. Iris Crowhurst's baby girl Jessica was stillborn in September 2011 at the QEQM.
Her mother Iris - believes the Trust failed to learn lessons from her daughters death.
At Harry's inquest last month, Coroner Christopher Sutton-Mattocks listed a series of errors he found with the care given at the hospital. He gave a narrative conclusion that Harry's death was contributed to by neglect and had been "wholly avoidable".
Bosses at the NHS trust said it was with "great sadness" that they accepted failing Harry and his family.
“We know that we have not always provided the standard of care for every woman and baby that they expected and deserved, and wholeheartedly apologise to every one of those families we have let down.
It's understood the Trust won't be put into special measures but will receive specialist support to help turn things around and continue to be closely monitored.