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Care Quality Commission

What is the Care Quality Commission?

Formed on 1 April 2009, the Care Quality Commission (CQC) brings together independent regulation of health, mental health and adult social care. They inspect all health and adult social care services in England, whether they are provided by the NHS, local authorities, private companies or voluntary organisations. They ensure that essential common standards of quality are met everywhere care is provided, from hospitals to private care homes, and work towards improvement. They promote the rights and interests of people who use services and have a wide range of enforcement powers to take action.

Latest CQC Inspection of the University Hospitals of Leicester NHS Trust 

The latest CQC report was published on 5th February 2020 following a series of inspections of a number of services at the Leicester Royal Infirmary, Leicester General Hospital and Glenfield Hospital between September and November 2019.
The Trust is now rated as ‘Good’ overall as well as for being effective, caring, responsive and well-led. The rating for safety has remained at ‘Requires Improvement’. 

The new rating from the CQC is an improvement on the Trust’s previous rating of ‘Requires Improvement’.

You can find out more and view the report here

This page is being updated with information from this latest report. Please check back soon for more information.

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