The Care Quality Commission (CQC) are a regulatory body who insepct care services and measure their performances against set standards.
The services they inspect are:
- Care Homes
- GP Surgeries
- All other care services
They ensure that people are provided with safe, effective, compassionate and high quality care.
Tenbury and Clee Hill Surgeries underwent their second inspection in February 2016 under the new CQC inspection regime. We achieved GOOD in all areas. The Surgery would like to thank the Patient Participation Group for their support and input on the day of the inspection. The inspection was with 4 inspectors and lasted the whole day. To view the full report on the CQC website please click on the below:
CQC Report Tenbury 2016
Previous CQC inspections
Tenbury Surgery had their first insepction on the 24 September 2013. The link below will take you to the CQC page regarding Tenbury Surgery:
Click below to see the CQC report following the inspection:
CQC Report Tenbury 2013
To find out more about the CQC why not use the link below to visit their homepage https://www.cqc.org.uk/