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Wendy Slaney, Chief Executive of the James Paget University Hospital said: “I would like to sincerely apologise for the distress that has been caused to the relatives regarding both the clinical care she received and the error that occurred in the letter we sent to them following their complaint. We have been in contact with the family over the weekend and I will be sending a formal letter of apology today.
It is not unusual to see an increase in cases of the bug at this time of year; however the number in the community and at the hospital is causing concern for the Trust and NHS Great Yarmouth and Waveney.
Plans for a Palliative Care East resource centre and outreach service, based at the James Paget University Hospital, have taken a significant step forward
The success of local apprenticeship programmes within the NHS is being celebrated as Apprenticeship Week 2011 gets underway