To improve compliance with hospital food standards and Government Buying Standards across hospitals, including retail operations, the Hospital Food Review recommends extending the scope of CQC inspections #NHSFoodReview2020 https://t.co/jaQe7oadH4 pic.twitter.com/di9liq1Ttr— HEFMA (@HEFMAUK) October 29, 2020
Royal Shrewsbury Hospital
The inspection visit took place on June 9-10, 2020. Overall, the rating of services went down from the previous inspection. Rating the service as inadequate, the CQC took enforcement action to promote patient safety. Conditions were placed on the Trust’s registration in relation to the assessment and management of risk, care planning and incident management. Warning notices were served for improvements to be made in end of life care staffing, end of life staff competencies and end of life governance systems, as well as the way staff support patients with their personal preferences and individual needs.
Hospital Food Review published #NHSFoodReview2020 - sets out a clear direction of travel for hospital catering to provide the best care and support for patients - 'food is medicine' - and the health and wellbeing of staff https://t.co/DI9so77BCr pic.twitter.com/aaUh0MpHLj— HEFMA (@HEFMAUK) October 26, 2020