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Publications and Reports

NOTE: THIS PAGE CONTAINS HISTORICAL INFORMATION UP TO 30 JUNE 2018 AND WILL NO LONGER BE UPDATED. FOR UNIVERSITY HOSPITALS OF DERBY AND BURTON REPORTS PLEASE GO TO:

https://www.uhdb.nhs.uk/

 

We constantly strive to improve the way services are delivered. This page will develop to provide you with reports about the Trust’s services, achievements and performance in areas such as infection prevention and control, waiting times, quality of care and much more.

Annual Plan
Annual report & accounts
Annual Review

Modern Slavery and Human Trafficking
TU Faciltiy Time Report 2018

Quality Report

We are committed to continuously improve the care we deliver to our patients. This Quality Account is an opportunity to share information about the way we deliver safe, effective services and offer our patients a positive experience. The document highlights the progress we have made on a number of priorities identified for improvement last year.

Maternity Review Report

An external review, which was commissioned to help us look at the quality and safety of our maternity service, was published in February 2018.
The full report from the Perinatal Institute can be found below.
The report, which was commissioned by Southern Derbyshire Clinical Commissioning Group, reviewed a number of cases where babies sadly died.
The review specifically looked at cases of stillbirth and neonatal death which took place between April 2013 and March 2016 at Derby Teaching Hospitals.
We have made significant improvements to our maternity services over recent years. These improvements have already resulted in a marked reduction in our stillbirth rate, which is now below the national average and we are using the Perinatal Institute’s findings to help us make more improvements.

Our Maternity Safety Improvement Plan below outlines a wide ranging series of improvements which aim to reduce unwarranted variation.


Travel Plan Front Cover
Travel Plan Summary 2017

Travel Plan

This document, a summary of the full Travel Plan, outlines the processes by which the Trust will manage the travel arrangements for patients, visitors and staff over the next five years.