Queen's Hospital

9th March 2017
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Grading Explained: Requires Improvement

Queens Hospital is the trust’s main acute hospital and opened as a private finance initiative (PFI) in 2006, bringing together the services previously run at Oldchurch and Harold Wood Hospitals. It is the main hospital for people living in Havering, Dagenham and Brentwood. The hospital has over 900 beds, including a hyper acute stroke unit (HASU). The Emergency Department (ED) treats over 150,000 walk-in and ambulance emergencies each year.

The trust was previously inspected in 2013, and due to concerns around the quality of patient care and the ability of the leadership team, the Trust Development Authority (TDA) recommended that the trust be placed in special measures.


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