Providing a safe hospital environment for patientsThe patient safety award is a national award for outstanding performance in providing a safe hospital environment for patients, it is based on a range of 16 indicators, including rates of hospital-acquired infections and mortality.

“It is a massive honour for all of our staff who work so hard day in, day out. One of the top priorities at Royal Surrey is patient safety and [winning this award] is a very clear reflection into how passionate our staff are about making sure that our patients are safe.”

– Ian Brandon, Head of Patient Safety and Quality, Royal Surrey County Hospital NHS Foundation Trust.  
 



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The patient safety award is a national award for outstanding performance in providing a safe hospital environment for patients, it is based on a range of 16 indicators, including rates of hospital-acquired infections and mortality.

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