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New panel will scrutinise patient care at The Royal London and Mile End hospitals

PUBLISHED: 15:43 08 June 2017 | UPDATED: 15:43 08 June 2017

The Royal London Hospital . Picture: Mike Brooke

The Royal London Hospital . Picture: Mike Brooke

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Health chiefs are appealing for locals to join a new panel which will scrutinise the experience of patients at The Royal London and Mile End hospitals.

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Anyone who is a patient at either hospital or cares for someone who is can sit on the panel run by Barts Health.

The panel will identify how to improve the experience for patients coming into the hospital and their families.

Member of the panel will meet for a few hours each month to discuss their findings.

Michael Moeller, associate director of nursing at The Royal London, said: “With health care at the heart of the community, we want local people to help us to put their experience central to our improvement plans.”

In recent weeks The Royal London has seen its rating by the Care Quality Commission (CQC) improve from ‘inadequate’ to ‘requires improvement’.

Call the volunteering office on 020 3765 8896 for further information.

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