Germs alert in water at hospital’s oncology centre

Half the water outlets in the £22.5 million centre at Worcestershire Royal Hospital, which opened to patients in January, tested positive for pseudomonas, which can cause severe infections. Since the oncology centre opened its doors cancer patients from Worcestershire and their families no longer face long daily trips to Coventry, Cheltenham or Wolverhampton for radiotherapy treatment but instead can stay much closer to their homes.

Evesham Journal