CCG commissioned independent review of maternity incident published
Published: 13 December 2017 | Categories: Reports
In 2017, the Greater Nottingham Clinical Commissioning Groups commissioned an independent review into a maternity incident, which took place at Nottingham University Hospitals. A summary of the findings of this report is published today.
Nichola Bramhall, Chief Nurse and Director of Quality at the Greater Nottingham Clinical Commissioning Groups says: “This is an extremely sad case and we have been working very closely with the family and NUH to offer support throughout this independent review stage.
“We’re pleased that the report has provided the parents with the answers they were seeking and the Trust with additional learning, which they are incorporating into their action plan to improve Maternity Services.
“The Greater Nottingham Clinical Commissioning Groups will continue to work with NUH to support them to implement the recommendations. The learning will be shared wider within the Local Maternity system, where local providers and Commissioners of maternity services work together to transform maternity services across Greater Nottingham, in line with the vision set out in the national Maternity Review ‘Better Births’ .”