Category list : The Lewisham Hospital NHS Trust
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Nursing shortages mean dying patients at a London trust do not always get the best care, Care Quality Commission inspectors have warned.
The largely untold story of two young Irish nurses who saved the lives of patients when their hospital was bombed during the London Blitz is to be dramatised in a new play.
Temporary staffing costs in UK maternity units rose to almost £100m last year, according to figures obtained by the Royal College of Midwives.
A trust in London has “significant shortages” of medical, nursing and allied health professional staff in most departments, which are affecting care delivery and patient safety, according to regulators.
A South East London hospital has been criticised by inspectors over “instances of poor care” on medial wards and long waits in its accident and emergency department.
Nurses in NHS choir seeking Christmas number oneSubscription
Nurses and midwives are among a group of health service staff attempting to be number one in the UK singles chart this Christmas.
Lewisham East MP Heidi Alexander has been appointed shadow health secretary, replacing Andy Burnham, who is now shadow home secretary.
Appeal lodged against Lewisham Hospital cuts Subscription
The government is to appeal against a High Court ruling over a decision to cut services at Lewisham Hospital.
Judge to rule on Lewisham hospital downgradeSubscription
A High Court judge who has been urged to overturn an “unlawful” decision to reduce services at a major hospital is set to announce his decision.
A High Court judge has been urged to overturn an “unlawful” decision to reduce services at a major hospital.