A hospital has apologised and launched an inquiry after hundreds of patients' records were altered to suggest NHS waiting time targets were met.
Records were changed to claim patients were treated within four hours at the Queen's Medical Centre, Nottingham.
A review found 765 records were amended between March and September.
The hospital previously said it met government targets of treating 98% of patients within four hours, but the review shows in reality it did not.
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