Issues have been raised but some improvements recognised
Boston Pilgrim Hospital's latest inspection has raised further concerns including children being treated by nurses who haven't had the proper training.
The Care Quality Commission recognises there's been improvement but says some critically ill patients aren't being picked up quickly enough.
It highlighted one case where a child with a head injury had to wait 25 minutes to be treated.
The Trust says they've improved since the inspection by increasing children's nursing support.
The latest report doesn't change Pilgrim's overall rating of "inadequate".