Hospital criticised over patient’s suicide

Healthcare Market News (Mental Health) June 2004 The Cheadle Royal Hospital in Stockport has been criticised by an independent inquiry over a patient’s suicide. Mr Whittaker was admitted to the Affinity Healthcare-owned hospital by Stockport Primary Care Trust (PCT) in February 2001 due to a shortage of beds in the psychiatric unit of Stepping Hill…

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