The chief executive of a Norfolk hospital spoke of her delight ahead of the publication of a new hospital performance report by a health regulator.

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The intelligent monitoring reports by the Care Quality Commission (CQC) reveal the performance of acute hospitals across the country using key indicators and rank trusts between one and six - those at most risk with the lowest score.

And in today’s meeting of the Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital council of governors, Anna Dugdale revealed - ahead of publication - that the hospital achieved the highest performance of band six, with a total risk score of 3 against a maximum possible score of 184.

She said it was a “really, really lovely” result and went on to praise the hard work of staff at the hospital.

The full report will be published on March 13.

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