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The latest patient survey carried out by the James Paget University Hospital shows that 100 per cent of patients said they were treated with dignity and respect.
Using the hospital’s patient experience tracker a total of 223 in-patients gave their views on the care provided at the hospital between September and December 2011.
James Paget University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust will be launching a new patient electronic health (e-health) records system planned to go live this summer.
The electronic system will reduce the need for paper-based patient records and help improve the flow of information between doctors and patients.
An experienced, senior health executive who has spent the past six years working closely with international health systems will be taking the helm at the James Paget University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust as Interim Chief Executive.
A patient at the James Paget University Hospital is celebrating her 100th birthday today.
Mrs Olive Weimer was presented with a cake and gifts to mark her landmark celebration.
The latest data from the Department of Health reveals the James Paget University Hospital has cut carbon emissions by 17 per cent over the past four years.
Information for the period 2007 to 2011 shows that the Gorleston hospital achieved a 17 per cent reduction in total energy, waste, and water use.