Arthur Rank Hospice, which support more than 3,600 patients and their families in Cambridgeshire, has been recognised as outstanding.
A care home in Wisbech has been rated “good in all areas” by the Quality Care Commission following an inspection.
Bosses from the region’s mental health trust and the Queen Elizabeth Hospital (QEH) in King’s Lynn have said improvements have been made since they were placed in special measures.
A care home in Wisbech has been ranked as outstanding for putting people at “the heart of their service”.
A care home for older people could be closed, with bosses saying the rooms are no longer fit for purpose and, with beds empty, the running costs are becoming too high.
“Things have gone wrong.” That was the admission from the Queen Elizabeth Hospital (QEH) in King’s Lynn today as it was revealed the trust had been judged unsafe and poorly led, leading it to be put into special measures by inspectors.
Our struggling ambulance service is considering using volunteers to drive frontline ambulances in a bid to tackle a staffing crisis.
Two doctor’s surgeries in March could join forces but only after the views of patients and staff have been gathered.