Food at Weston General Hospital rated 'excellent'

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Food served to patients at Weston General Hospital has been rated "excellent" for the first time by the National Patient Safety Agency.

The hospital in Weston-super-Mare has always received a "good" rating in previous years.

Lorene Read, Weston Area Health NHS Trust chief executive, said they had changed their menus this year as a result of patient feedback.

Patients are asked about the food on exit cards on the day they go home.

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