Who are we?
Morecambe Bay Inquiry Action (MBIA) is a small group of relatives, patients and community members who are campaigning for a full public inquiry into the serious systemic failures at University Hospitals of Morecambe Bay Foundation Trust.
'To campaign to ensure the full truth about the serious failures at Morecambe Bay NHS Foundation Trust is told, to give lost loved ones a voice and to ensure meaningful action is taken to prevent these circumstances ever happening again. To use our collective voice to campaign for safer services and a more open culture in our hospitals. '
Group Aims and Objectives
1.To provide accurate and clear information in relation to the disaster at Morecambe Bay Trust, we will publish all information available on our website.
2.To give lost loves ones a voice, to provide support and information to other victims, and use our collective voice to influence a safer, more open culture in our local hospitals and across the NHS.
3.To expose the truth so that lasting lessons can be learned and that these circumstances are never allowed to happen again.
4.To campaign for the Trust to maintain full and safe hospital services in the future, including a full consultant led maternity unit at FGH.
5.To call for a full, public inquiry which we believe is the only way to establish the truth and achieve the above.
Click Here to Sign our petition calling for a wide ranging inquiry into serious
failures at Morecambe Bay Trust and the regulatory systems that allowed it to happen.
MBIA Supports Robbie's Law - (Duty of Candour)
If your family member dies of medical error or negligence, do you want the doctors to tell you the truth about what happened?
Robbie's Law is a pledge for the care of everybody in the UK. So that when a person is faced with a heartbreaking loss of a loved one, the doctors must tell the truth, and refrain from falsifying medical records.
MBIA supports calls for Robbie's Law - to learn more & sign petition - please click here
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