Hospital apologises for ‘revolting' state of ward
Manchester Evening News|December 04, 2021
A HOSPITAL trust has said it is sorry for the filthy conditions found by a patient on a ward.
HELENA VESTY

Greater Manchester Mental Health Trust bosses apologised to the patient on behalf of the service, after pictures revealed overflowing bins, a blocked toilet and sink, and both a bathroom and kitchen littered with rubbish.

The mum-of-three said she was left on her hands and knees cleaning the floor of her room on the Medlock ward of the Moorside Unit at Trafford General Hospital, which cares for 21 people.

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