Following the increased cases of hospital negligence, the Care Quality Commission (CQC) has issued a warning to Croydon Health Services NHS Trust. It has come to light that under the supervision of the Trust, a number of patients have succumbed to serious injuries because of alleged negligence by the medical staff.
An inspection of the trust was carried out in June, which showed “serious negligence” of four patients in a period of 18 months. During the inspection, the CQC said, “We have been informed that two more 'never events' have occurred”.
‘Never events’ are those accidents which occur in the hospital due to the negligence of the staff. Croydon Health Services NHS Trust has accepted the findings of the investigation and has confirmed that such incidents will not occur in the future.
The findings of the investigation were published yesterday. There is urgent need to minimize the shortfalls of the hospitals so that better care and health services would be provided to the patients. It is hoped that the Croydon Health Services NHS Trust would stand by its words ensuring the effective and quality health care services.
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