He has now written to the Government and NHS England to ensure the chaos at the trust is addressed.
Their deaths came after Ronald Smith, 82, also died in the same way at a hospital run by North Cumbria NHS Trust in 2008, which led to a criminal investigation and a major review of trust policy.There were also repeated warnings from NHS safety bodies over the tubes after a spate of deaths around the country.Three patients at a 'shambolic' NHS trust died after feeding tubes were wrongly inserted into their lungs even though the mistake should never be allowed to happen.Mother-of-two Amanda Coulthard, 57, and Michael Parke, 40, died of pneumonia as a result of ‘neglect’.In 2001, only the infirmary block survived as was being used as a nursing home.
Stamford Bourne Road infirmary from the south, 2001. In the early 1900s, Stamford Union opened a children's home on Bourne Road, Stamford.
In more recent times, the building has been known as Ryhall House.
The union is believed to have also operated two cottage homes in Stamford, location undetermined.
Exercise yards, and out-buildings including laundry, workshops and boiler-house, lay to the rear.
After 1930, the workhouse became a Public Assistance Institution, then after 1948 joined the National Health Service as St George's Home, later St George's Hospital.
An entrance block contained board-room, casual wards and receiving wards.