Derby Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust: trust details and documents.
1 July 2004
On 1 April 2015 Derby Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust changed its name to Derby Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust.
Monitor has taken action, under the new licence for providers, to ensure that the Trust deals with the continuing issues it faces.
4 September 2014: Monitor removed the. See the
Monitor has issued ain respect of paragraph 2.2, 2.3, 2.4, 2.5 and 3.1 of the trust’s . In relation to paragraphs 1.1 and 1.2 of the enforcement undertakings Monitor accepts that these paragraphs are now redundant.
Although the Trust did not comply with the Accident and Emergency 4-hour target by Q1 2014/15, the trust has complied with the target for every quarter since that time. Therefore, Monitor are satisfied that these enforcement undertakings are no longer required. In relation to paragraph 2.1 of the enforcement undertakings Monitor also accepts that this paragraph is now redundant.
Although the Trust did develop a clear and viable financial plan by 31 May 2014 to deliver a surplus of £4 million in 2013/14, it did not deliver the plan as it closed the financial year with a deficit of £15million. The trust accepted newthat require it to develop and deliver a financial recovery plan.
Strategic plan summary
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