A WORRIED resident says he is concerned poor care is still going on at Stafford Hospital after his mother died there.
David Wheatley says his diabetic mother Elsie passed away at Stafford Hospital on December 17 after suffering an acute kidney injury and norovirus.
He said on a few occasions there were not enough nurses around to help and he had to feed his mother himself.
Mr Wheatley, of Peel Terrace, said: "My mum suffered a diabetic hypo attack and was taken to Stafford Hospital on December 9. She was taken off her insulin and blood pressure tablets - which I couldn't understand.
“The hospital says that action has been taken and improvements have been made but my mother was in there in December and there were still problems.
The hospital seemed to be short-staffed and I often fed her myself.
" I just hope the hospital will do what the Francis report recommends."
Julie Hendry, director of quality and patient experience at Mid Staffordshire NHS Foundation Trust, said the Trust supplied Mr Wheatley with his mother's medical records at the request of Cure The NHS but had no direct contact with him and had not received a complaint regarding any issues about care.
However, in the light of concerns raised through the media, she said they would write to him to find out if they could help by meeting with him.