Care Quality Commission

Care Quality Commission

An independent UK bureaucracy (non-departmental public body or quango) formerly known as the National Care Standards Commission, which began in April 2009, billing itself as “the new health and social care regulator for England.”
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If you have concerns then do something about it and air them to the Care Quality Commission.
A statement said: "We acknowledge the report relating to The Evergreens in Middlesbrough and will be working with The Care Quality Commission to ensure that the specific issues are addressed and we make the improvements needed.
Staff standing outside Castle Medical Centre in Kenilworth, which has been awarded an outstanding rating by the Care Quality Commission |
Ashtons understands the challenges facing the UK's leading healthcare providers and supports them in the achievement of compliance with regulatory bodies, such as the Care Quality Commission.
So, we work closely with providers, the Care Quality Commission and Healthwatch Birmingham to ensure the highest possible standards across the city.
Summary: The chief of the Care Quality Commission has hit back at claims the body failed to ensure public confidence.
According to a page on the Care Quality Commission website, the residential facility in Herbert Road cared for elderly adults aged over 65.
The 65-year-old was also warned that ignoring it could lead to her failing an inspection by the Care Quality Commission.
Her organisation, the Care Quality Commission, had scandalously ignored warnings about Winterbourne that came from a whistleblower.
The figures, from the Care Quality Commission, were published in a survey of more than 72,000 NHS patients from 163 NHS trusts in England who attended outpatient departments during April or May 2011.
Despite a Care Quality Commission (CQC) report this week ruling there are "no immediate concerns" at Heart of England NHS Foundation Trust, hospital bosses are working with grieving relatives and doctors to tighten up procedures.
Inspectors from the Care Quality Commission (CQC) found blood-splattered equipment, blood stains on floors and curtains and badly soiled mattresses in A&E.