Safety concerns at hospital favoured by Royal Family after four deaths from 'clinical incidents' Watchdogs have raised safety concerns about the private hospital favoured by the Royal Family after it emerged four people died due to “clinical incidents”.
King Edward VII hospital, in Marylebone, London, has been ordered to improve following inspections by the Care Quality Commission.
The regulator found the hospital kept no medical records of its outpatients and that doctors were failing to follow basic cleanliness rules to prevent infections.
The institution was rated as “requires improvement”, the second lowest of four possible categories, and issued two formal notices for breach of regulations. The Daily Telegraph