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Grim footage of stroke patient's horror stay… in an NHS hospital!

Left in her own feces to sleep in a RAT infested room: grim images of a stroke patient’s horror stay… in an NHS hospital!

  • Footage shows dirty floors reportedly covered in rat droppings at London hospital
  • An unidentified patient would have been placed in the room, which is next to a ward
  • The patient also had to sleep in her own stool, her daughter claims

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An NHS hospital was accused today of placing a stroke victim in a rat-infested room and making her sleep in her own feces.

Grim images posted online show filthy floors reportedly covered in rat droppings at Homerton University Hospital in Hackney, east London.

An unidentified woman, admitted to the facility after a stroke, is said to have been placed in the room, which MailOnline understands is adjacent to a ward.

Her daughter, who has terminal lung cancer, says she had to go to the hospital almost every day during her mother’s stay to change her baby after discovering to her horror that she had to sleep in her own feces.

A spokesman for Homerton Hospital said it takes the concerns “seriously” and “will continue to liaise with pest control specialists.”

It said it has spoken to the patient’s family so that they can “raise to us any concerns they have.”

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Footage posted online shows filthy floors reportedly covered in rat droppings at Homerton University Hospital in Hackney, east London.  An unidentified patient, who was hospitalized after a major stroke, is said to have been placed in the room, which is reportedly next to a ward.

Footage posted online shows filthy floors reportedly covered in rat droppings at Homerton University Hospital in Hackney, east London.  An unidentified patient, who was hospitalized after a major stroke, is said to have been placed in the room, which is reportedly next to a ward.

Footage posted online shows filthy floors reportedly covered in rat droppings at Homerton University Hospital in Hackney, east London. An unidentified patient, who was hospitalized after a major stroke, is said to have been placed in the room, which is reportedly next to a ward.

Her daughter, who has terminal lung cancer, says she had to go to the hospital almost every day during her mother's stay to change her baby after discovering to her horror that she had to sleep in her own feces.

Her daughter, who has terminal lung cancer, says she had to go to the hospital almost every day during her mother's stay to change her baby after discovering to her horror that she had to sleep in her own feces.

Her daughter, who has terminal lung cancer, says she had to go to the hospital almost every day during her mother’s stay to change her baby after discovering to her horror that she had to sleep in her own feces.

Kwajo Tweneboa, a social housing activist from London, shared the horrific video on Twitter.

He said it was sent by the daughter of the woman who was hospitalized. Neither were mentioned.

It shows filthy wooden floors covered in dirt and what looks like rat or mouse droppings.

MailOnline understands that it is a side room next to the main hospital ward and the hospital is investigating the pest problem.

Mr Tweneboa said the stroke patient was also “put to sleep in her own stool on several occasions,” with a photo alleged to show one of the incidents.

The patient’s daughter, who shared the gritty images and the image with Mr. Tweneboa, is said to be a terminally ill stage four cancer patient.

Tweneboa said she was forced to change her mother’s clothes and bedding and “almost every day” because of concerns that hospital staff would not.

A hospital spokesperson told MailOnline: ‘We take these concerns seriously and continue to engage with pest control specialists to address the issue of mice accessing one of our clinical wards at the back of our hospital.

“We have spoken to the patient’s family mentioned in a recent Tweet to enable them to raise any concerns with us.

“The safety and care of our patients is our top priority and we will do everything we can to ensure that the quality of care is maintained at all times.”

One Twitter user, who tweeted as Vix and claimed she was a nurse, said the images were “disgraceful and disgusting.”

She said, ‘I don’t care how few staff they have there, I’m a nurse’ [and] I would NEVER leave a patient in that filth.

‘Report. Complain, loud. Cleaning [and] medical staff must be held accountable.’

The Care Quality Commission, which gave the hospital an “excellent” grade during a 2020 inspection, said it has shared its concerns with the inspector in charge of the hospital.

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