Gloucester renal unit 'in need of improvement'
A hospital's renal unit is in need of immediate improvement, an inspection has found.
The Care Quality Commission (CQC) found that haemodialysis services provided at the Gloucester Royal Hospital needed to be improved.
The service was rated inadequate in terms of how safe and well-led it was.
Inspectors also issued a warning notice to the provider to ensure improvements were made to the governance of the service.
Braun Avitum UK Limited is the provider of haemodialysis services to NHS patients over the age of 18 at Gloucestershire Royal Hospital Renal Units.
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