10:51 am // 13th May 2021
The Care Quality Commission has published a report following a focussed inspection of medicine at Southport and Formby District General Hospital in March.
Chief Executive Trish Armstrong-Child said: “I am really pleased inspectors found significant improvement since their last inspection across all the areas they reviewed. They also noted staff spoke positively about the culture in the hospital and the support and visibility of the leadership teams on the medical wards.
“These improvements are the result of hard work, compassion and commitment from our dedicated nurses, doctors, all other health professionals, and our non-clinical support teams. We are committed to providing the best care possible to all our patients and will continue to build on these improvements to make sure we consistently deliver safe, high quality care for local people.”
The Trust is pleased that inspectors recognised the leadership team had identified areas for improvement which were already being addressed. Some examples of ongoing improvements include:
Services were inspected but not rated and our overall Trust rating will be reviewed at our next full inspection.
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