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'Disillusioned and unhappy' staff are leaving Salford Royal Hospital, councillor says

"Disillusioned" staff at Salford Royal Hospital are leaving their jobs because of issues with senior leaders, a councillor has said. The situation has left the hospital with a number of "unhappy" former staff members who decided to go elsewhere, he claimed.

The comments were made in a town hall scrutiny meeting on June 5, when hospital bosses were grilled over Salford Royal's performance. The hospital is run by the Northern Care Alliance NHS Foundation Trust.

A damning report from the Care Quality Commission (CQC) in 2022 found that staff at the hospital 'did not always feel respected, supported and valued', and 'did not always feel listened to.' The inspection focused on the quality of emergency care services at the hospital.

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John Warmisham, a Salford councillor representing Pendleton and Charlestown, told senior leaders at the Trust that they have "failed" the city.

He said: "In the community there's still the perception that Salford Royal is failing the city and things aren't changing. People in the Salford community are very unhappy with some of the services they receive at Salford Royal.

"Also there's a lot of staff disillusionment, I'd really like to know about your recruitment and retention, because I know a number of people that have left Salford Royal because they're unhappy with the working standards and the management."

The councillor added that he was "really shocked" at the 2022 CQC report and that Salford Royal "would drop so low."

The Northern Care Alliance was asked for a response, and pointed out a number of ways that it is trying to turn things around. This includes improvements to safety in the hospital's Emergency Department,