How we are doing
We are committed to providing you with the very best care in our hospitals and in the community. Our performance is measured in many different ways, through our infection rates, feedback, inspection results and whether we are meeting national targets.
We are continuing to meet the four hour accident and emergency target. See how we’re doing and take a look at our accident and emergency clinical quality indicators.
The Care Quality Commission check all hospitals in England to ensure they are meeting national standards. Read our results from the latest checks.
Find out what we’re doing to transform the care we provide for our patients in our hospitals and in the community.
The information published includes how many times each participating consultant has performed certain procedures and what their mortality rate is for those procedures.
Would you recommend our hospitals to your friends and family? If you receive care in our hospitals, we will ask you before you leave to complete a short questionnaire to find out whether or not you would recommend us.
Every year we ask a sample of staff questions about how they feel about working at the trust and how things can be improved. You can read the results of the surveys here.
You can read about our infection rates and how we’re working hard to protect our patients from infection. They are published in our director of infection prevent and control annual reports.
Identifies when and how the trust reviews the care and management of any patient who passes away whilst in our care.
If you or a loved one has received care from us, you can share your experience of our services on the NHS Choices.
Every month we publish our nurse staffing levels to show how many nurses were on shift on each ward.
We’re working with the Department of Health on a system to find out what your views are before you come into hospital for certain operations and whether your quality of life has improved after surgery.
The privacy and dignity of our patients is our priority. We’re meeting the government guidelines on mixed sex accommodation and we’re constantly making improvements.
Annually, NHS England issues a set of Emergency Preparedness, Resilience and Response (EPRR) Core Standards on which the trust has to complete a self assessment. These standards focus on how prepared the Trust is to respond to a wide range of emergencies. Read about this year’s assessment and the on-going work programme.