STRENGTH IN NUMBERS

Strength in Numbers dedicated to my late mother Kay

“My beloved Daughter by Ash Raye”

On the 1st February I posted a truly heartbreaking account with such a shocking video of Kayleigh  “My beloved Daughter by Ash Raye”

I am posting an article published in The Peterbough Telegraph today regarding Ash and Steve’s daughter Kayleigh and I have their permission to post the letter they received which apologies for gaps in Kayleigh’s medical records, lack of regular weighing and recording of fluid intake and output. It also apologises for failing to ensure a call bell was within easy reach of Kayleigh and agreed that a “do not attempt resuscitation” form had been incorrectly completed.”  

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Peterborough City Hospital apology following death of 23-year-old woman

The family of a young woman who died at the age of 23 has received an apology from Peterborough City Hospital bosses after complaints about her care.  Kayleigh Compton died at Addenbrooke’s Hospital, in Cambridge, where she was sent after being admitted to Peterborough City Hospital in February 2013. She had suffered severe weight loss, which lead to medical complications and admissions to a number of hospitals on a number of occasions. She died on February 20 having collapsed six days previously.

Click on the link to read more

http://http://www.peterboroughtoday.co.uk/news/health/health-news/peterborough-city-hospital-apology-following-death-of-23-year-old-woman-1-6566683

Response re Compton case

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