The boss of Birmingham Children’s Hospital has put the remarkable turnaround of the city centre operation down to a touch of magic

”Staff at Birmingham Children’s Hospital are celebrating after receiving an ‘ Outstanding’ rating from the Care Quality Commission (CQC).”

Sarah-Jane Marsh, Chief Executive of Birmingham Women’s and Children’s NHS Foundation Trust, said:

“I cannot tell you how thoroughly overwhelmed and excited everyone at Birmingham Children’s Hospital is that our hard work and unwavering commitment has been recognised in an Outstanding rating from the CQC!

“For the last five years we have been all about building and developing one giant healthcare team with 3,700 members – Team BCH – and it is wonderful to see this shining through in the report, from how well we work across different specialties and disciplines, to the way we support innovation, ensuring we are always at the forefront of what is possible – with children and young people in our hearts.

“And it’s children, young people and families who inspire us every day – so to hear that they think we really go the extra mile for them, keeping them informed and supported in their care, while treating them with dignity and respect, means the world to us.

http://www.birminghampost.co.uk/news/regional-affairs/how-birmingham-childrens-hospital-became-12634570

GW:  No mystery.  Good management, staff are valued and trained properly and the management listen to the staff.  And all despite the dreadful ToriCon Cost Cutter Jeremy Hunt and his able assistant TCPM Theresa MaybeNot.  Go NHS!

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