Dozens of additional nurses are due to join The Queen Elizabeth Hospital later this year from the UK and overseas to boost staffing levels. The nurses, including 42 fully trained nurses from Portugal, additional nurses from Ireland and newly-qualified nurses from the University of East Anglia, Anglia Ruskin University and other parts of the UK, are being brought in as part of a £400,000 nursing investment by the hospital Trust.
Patients at The Queen Elizabeth Hospital have given a general thumbs-up for the standard of care and treatment they received. The 2012 National NHS Inpatient Survey has revealed that the majority felt their hospital stay had been a good experience.
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