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A health regulator has launched a formal investigation over serious problems at the Princess Royal University Hospital in Farnborough From News Shopper Mark Turner, regional director at Monitor, said: "King's has been working hard to improve the quality of care provided at the Princess Royal University Hospital, but it is clear that the challenge is much greater than originally anticipated.

" The formal investigation opened by the regulator will allow it to use its legal powers to enforce any changes that need to be made. Tim Smart, chief executive of King's, said: "We have made every effort to improve the quality of care at the PRUH and we are proud of what our hardworking staff across all sites have achieved over the last 18 months. "However, the underlying financial and operational challenges we inherited when we acquired the hospital have proven greater than was anticipated at the time." "However, the underlying financial and operational challenges we inherited when we acquired the hospital have proven greater than was anticipated at the time." Sounds just like politicians blame the previous administration. So how long have Kings been running it?"However, the underlying financial and operational challenges we inherited when we acquired the hospital have proven greater than was anticipated at the time." Sounds just like politicians blame the previous administration. So how long have Kings been running it? Longer waiting lists etc. Not surprising. Bromley Hospital was closed in burberry discount store order to finance the PRU, Orpington would have closed (heaven knows where we would be now if it had), and in a different Trust we have Queen Mary's which has cut its A department. The PRU suffers from heat and cold the well in the middle with large windows somehow did not ring alarm bells with architects or anyone else. Yet it was meant to be a blue print for future NHS hospitals. One way of saving money would be to put an end to the golden handshakes of the chief execs and others who ignore warnings, carry on regardless, and when it all collapses they take their money and take up another position within the NHS. No further positions should be available to them, and no golden handshakes. i seem to remember Mark Rees spending 5million on advertising to put the new hospital on Bromley Common (his PA told me it wasn't taxpayers' money), Longer waiting lists etc. Not surprising. Bromley Hospital was closed in order to finance the PRU, Orpington would have closed (heaven knows where we would be now if it had), and in a different Trust we have Queen Mary's which has cut its A department. The PRU suffers from heat and cold the well in the middle with large windows somehow did not ring alarm bells with architects or anyone else. Yet it was meant to be a blue print for future NHS hospitals. One way of saving money would be to put an end to the golden handshakes of the burberry clothes for women chief execs and others who ignore warnings, carry on regardless, and when it all collapses they take their money and take up another position within the NHS. No further positions should be available to them, and no burberry head office golden handshakes. i seem to remember Mark Rees spending 5million on advertising to put the new hospital on Bromley Common (his PA told me it wasn't taxpayers' money),Longer waiting lists etc. Not surprising. Bromley Hospital was closed in order to finance the PRU, Orpington would have closed (heaven knows where we would be now if it had), and in a different Trust we have Queen Mary's which has cut its A department. The PRU suffers from heat and cold the well in the middle with large windows somehow did not ring alarm bells with architects or anyone else. Yet it was meant to be a blue print for future NHS hospitals. One way of saving money would be to put an end to the golden handshakes of the chief execs and others who ignore warnings, carry on regardless, and when it all collapses they take their money and take up another position within the NHS. No further positions should be available to them, and no golden handshakes. i seem to remember Mark Rees spending 5million on advertising to put the new hospital on Bromley Common (his PA told me it wasn't taxpayers' money), [Source: Wikipedia] In July 2014, Monitor was criticised by the Public Accounts Committee of the House of Commons (PAC) for the lack of clinical expertise and frontline NHS experience amongst its staff. [10] The PAC noted that: "Only 21 of Monitor's 337 staff have an NHS operational background and only 7 have a clinical background, which damages Monitor's credibility in dealing with trusts and its effectiveness in diagnosing problems and developing solutions".[11] The PAC also criticised the proportion of Monitor's budget spent on external consultants (9 million of Monitor's 48 million budget in 2013 14) and found that "some NHS foundation trusts had been allowed to struggle for far too long in breach of their regulatory conditions. It has taken Monitor too long to help trusts in difficulty to improve, with three trusts having been in breach of their regulatory conditions since 2009".[12] At the time of the PAC's hearing, of 147 foundation trusts 39(26%) were expected to be in deficit by the end of 2013 14 and on 31 December 2013 25 (17%) were in breach of the conditions attached to their status.[13] The PAC also noted: "It is wholly inappropriate that the same person acted as both Chair and Chief Executive of Monitor between March 2011 and January 2014. This was contrary to corporate governance good practice and Monitor's own guidance to NHS foundation trusts".[14] [Source: Wikipedia] In July buy burberry wallet online 2014, Monitor was criticised by the Public Accounts Committee of the House of Commons (PAC) for the lack of clinical expertise and frontline NHS experience amongst its staff. [10] The PAC noted that: "Only 21 of Monitor's 337 staff have an NHS operational background and only 7 have a clinical background, which damages Monitor's credibility in dealing with trusts and its effectiveness in diagnosing problems and developing solutions".[11] The PAC also criticised the proportion of Monitor's budget spent on external consultants (9 million of Monitor's 48 million budget in 2013 14) and found that "some NHS foundation trusts had been allowed to struggle for far too long in breach of their regulatory conditions. It has taken Monitor too long to help trusts in difficulty to improve, with three trusts having been in breach of their regulatory conditions since 2009".[12] At the time of the PAC's hearing, of 147 foundation trusts 39(26%) were expected to be in deficit by the end of 2013 14 and on 31 December 2013 25 (17%) were in breach of the conditions attached to their status.

[13] The PAC also noted: "It is wholly inappropriate that the same person acted as both Chair and Chief Executive of Monitor between March 2011 and January 2014. This was contrary to corporate governance good practice and Monitor's own guidance to NHS foundation trusts".[14].


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