Food at Weston General Hospital rated 'excellent'

Food served to patients at Weston General Hospital has been rated "excellent" for the first time by the National Patient Safety Agency.

The hospital in Weston-super-Mare has always received a "good" rating in previous years.

Lorene Read, Weston Area Health NHS Trust chief executive, said they had changed their menus this year as a result of patient feedback.

Patients are asked about the food on exit cards on the day they go home.

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