Stamford and Rutland and Hospital services rated as 'good' in the Care Quality Commission's report into North West Anglia NHS Foundation Trust which grades the trust as 'requires improvement'
Services at a town’s hospital have been rated as ‘good’ in a report that grades the trust running it as ‘requires improvement’.
Stamford and Rutland Hospital’s services were given the rating as part of the Care Quality Commission’s report into the North West Anglia NHS Foundation Trust, which also oversees Peterborough City and Hinchingbrooke Hospitals.
The inspection was carried out between July and September last year.
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