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Ill grandad leaves secure ward to wander at night

A frail great-grandfather was able to walk out of a secure hospital ward and wander the streets late at night in the freezing cold and rain. Seriously ill John Langridge, 78, managed to slip out of a high dependency ward at Kent and Canterbury Hospital unnoticed — despite the doors being locked for his own safety. A taxi driver found …

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Something else for chiefs to-do list

In little over a week, Chris Bown will start his £294,000 one-year stewardship of the troubled East Kent Hospitals University NHS Foundation Trust. Mr Bown has said he wants to explore for himself the trust’s myriad problems before he speaks publicly — but it is unlikely he would have thought that vulnerable missing patients might have been on his lengthy …

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