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Langlands Unit (QEUH Campus)

Healthcare Improvement Scotland Inspection Reports 

Healthcare Improvement Scotland carried out an unannounced inspection to the Langlands Building, Queen Elizabeth University Hospital from Tuesday 26 to Wednesday 27 July 2016 and inspected the following areas:

  • Ward 56 (stroke rehabilitation), and
  • Ward 57 (stroke rehabilitation).

They also visited ward 52 (medicine for the elderly and dementia/delirium).

The full inspection report and an improvement action plan developed by NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde to address the identified issues are available to view at

www.healthcareimprovementscotland.org

Margaret McGuire, NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde Nurse Director, said:  “We welcome this report and the positive comments made by the inspector."

Read our full response here

1 December 2015 - Healthcare Improvement Scotland today published a report relating to an unannounced inspection visit to Langlands Unit (QEUH Campus), NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde, as part of its programme of inspections on the standard of care for older people in acute care in Scotland.

The full inspection report and an improvement action plan developed by NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde to address the identified issues are available to view at

Margaret McGuire, NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde Nurse Director, said: “Today’s report highlights a number of positive findings about both the environment and the care provided to patients within the new Queen Elizabeth University Hospital. However a number or concerns have been raised about the Langlands Unit - a separate standalone facility within the campus – which we have already action to address."