Royal Derby Hospital

8th February 2017
Grading Explained: Good

Royal Derby Hospital is an acute teaching hospital and is part of

Derby Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust. The trust serves a population of over 600,000 people in and around Southern Derbyshire. It is 

 one of the largest employers in the region with a workforce in excess of 8,000 staff.

The Royal Derby Hospital  was inspected on 16 and 17 August 2016. We carried out an unannounced visit on 20 October 2016.

This inspection was a focused follow up inspection of following our comprehensive inspection in December 2014.There had been a compliance actions issued against this provider at the time of our last inspection, these were issued under 2010 regulations, which were superseded by new regulations in 2014. These are now known as requirement notices. At this inspection, we inspected the key question of safe in maternity and gynaecology, the key question of safe medicine and the key question of effective in end of life care to ensure the service was complaint with the requirement notices we issued at our last inspection. We did not rate the trust overall.

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