Downham Market Health Centre staff investigated
Eight people who worked a Norfolk health clinic labelled as "high risk" in an NHS review face further investigation, it has been revealed.
The review, called for by Elizabeth Truss MP, identified serious problems at Downham Market Health Centre while it was under temporary management.
It highlighted four serious incidents including the death of a patient after delays in getting her to hospital.
Findings from the ongoing investigation will be presented in January.
The further questioning of staff was confirmed in a meeting earlier between Conservative South West Norfolk MP Ms Truss, health minister Simon Burns MP and nurse director NHS Midlands and East, Dr Ruth May.