A children's heart surgery unit in Leeds that was temporarily closed last year due to fears over mortality rates is safe, according to a comprehensive NHS report of its services out today.
However, the review of Leeds General Infirmary's children's heart surgery centre outlined the experiences of 16 families who complained of poor care at the unit, prompting apologies from both NHS England and the Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust, which runs the hospital.
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