Basildon and Thurrock University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust
Basildon and Thurrock University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust provides healthcare for people in the south west Essex, in the East of England. There are two hospitals in the trust and one clinical centre: Basildon Hospital and Orsett Hospital and Billericay St. Andrew's Centre. The trust has a 3 star rating and in 2005 its budget was £146 million and it treated 55,000 patients. The Trust uses the Single Transferable Vote voting system to elect its Members' Council.
In November 2009, the Care Quality Commission found some places in Basildon Hospital to have stained floors and curtains, blood-splattered trays, badly soiled mattresses, equipment still used after the use-by date, and so on. The CQC have said they are going to send an "expert taskforce" into the hospital, to improve the cleanliness and drive rapid improvements in patient care.
In July 2013 as a result of the Keogh Review the Trust was put into special measures by Monitor In October 2013 the Trust was put into the highest risk category by the Care Quality Commission In June 2014 it was the first trust to come out of special measures after what the health secretary described as a “remarkable turnaround”.
Basildon Hospital is located in Basildon, to the south of the town centre at .
Orsett Hospital is located in Orsett.
St Andrew's Centre
St Andrew's Centre is located in Billericay.
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