Hospital, in special measures, has hopes for bright future
To say it's had a troubled history is a massive understatement. The Medway Maritime Hospital is in special measures. The NHS Trust that runs it has been dubbed as the worst in the country. The Care Quality Commission has demanded urgent improvements.
The hospital has revealed the latest chapter on what it's hoped will be a bright, new future. It's opened a new minor injuries unit in the Accident and Emergency department. Further developments are planned next year.
But will it be enough to heal the hospital's ills and restore public confidence? Our reporter Tom Savvides has the latest.