NUH – CEO makes public apology

The Chief Executive Officer, Anthony May of Nottingham University Hospital has publically apologised to the families that have suffered at the hands of the mistakes made by the maternity services at the Trust.

During his interview with ITV news on 21 October 2022, Anthony May confirmed that maternity services is his top priority having implemented a maternity improvement programme and engaging in the Ockenden review that began on 1 September 2022.

Anthony May has confirmed that he is looking at the issues that are attributed to the failings of maternity services and is now spending time in an attempt to rectify them. He states that this includes recruiting more staff, reviewing current hospital policies and implementing more training to staff employed at the Trust.

Anthony May’s apology is the first step to be taken. We act for so many families who have suffered as a result of poor maternity care. Babies have died or been brain damaged, parents have suffered psychological trauma and mothers have suffered obstetric injury. The families that have suffered having received care at Nottingham University Hospital, need someone to take accountability for what they have suffered. For us at Switalskis Solicitors and the many families we represent, actions speak louder than words.

We encourage anyone who has been affected by care received from Nottingham University Hospital to make contact with us so that we can begin to support you too. Please call us on 0800 138 0458

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Clare Gooch

Clare is an experienced clinical negligence solicitor specialising in claims relating to birth injury, maternal birth injury, delay in diagnosis and misdiagnosis. Clare's profile