two-star rating

two-star rating

A rating that was accorded an acute hospital trust in the UK, based on the now-extinct NHS star rating system which assessed an NHS organisation’s performance in terms of service to its patients; two-star trusts were regarded as performing well overall, but not to the consistently high standards of three-star trusts, based on the Healthcare Commission’s Performance Indicators (PIs). The Commission’s PIs were divided into Capacity targets, Clinical targets, Key targets, Patient focus targets, and its service to its patients (e.g., efficiency, reducing treatment waiting times, etc.). In 2006, Annual Health Checks replaced the star system and examined a broader palette of issues, trying to make better use of the data, and focus on measuring what actually mattered to the hospital users and service providers.
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The gourmet guide also gave four Viennese restaurants a two-star rating, and a further eight earned one star.
For the previous two years they were at the bottom of the EPA ratings with a poor two-star rating ('requires improvement'), due to pollution incidents and inadequate compliance with environmental permits.
The resort has a poor, two-star rating on TripAdvisor, with customers last year complaining of rat-infested rooms, bloodstained beds and even faeces on walls.
The United Kingdom-based Official Aviation Guide (OAG) has given Clark International Airport (CRK) a two-star rating for On-Time Performance (OTP), an airport official said on Friday.
'Clark is the only airport in the country to be given this two-star rating by the Official Aviation Guide [OAG] and the first-ever star rating we received,' CIAC President Jaime Alberto Melo said.
The Chronicle contacted the venue, whose hygiene manager insisted it had a two-star rating.
The business on the corner of Stonehouse Street and Linthorpe Road was last inspected in November 2017 and received a two-star rating which indicates "improvement necessary".
The academy was also awarded a two-star rating by All India Football Federation (AIFF) which provides them with a berth to participate in major tournaments of National Level like Junior I-League, Youth League, IFA Shield Durand Cup etc.
The ten Nairobi hotels that received the five-star rating are: Hotel Villa Rosa Kempsinki, Hemingways Nairobi, Sankara Nairobi, Fairmont The Norfolk, Tribe Hotel, The Sarova Stanley, Radisson Blu Hotel, Dusit D2, Intercontinental Nairobi and the Boma Nairobi.Thirteen establishments in the capital were awarded four-star ratings with nine others getting a two-star rating.
With a two-star rating from the All India Football Federation (AIFF), the academy engages more than 1,500 kids every year through various footballing activities.