The Care Quality Commission (CQC) is a regulatory body of all health and adult social care in England, and aims to ensure proper care is provided for those in contact with health and social care professionals.
We were last inspected in April 2017, where we excelled in all areas. Read excerpts of the report, below:
'Nervous patients said staff were compassionate and understanding.'
'Patients told us staff were kind and helpful when they were in pain, distress or discomfort.'
'The practice gave patients clear information to help them make informed choices. Patients confirmed that staff listened to them, did not rush them and discussed options for treatment with them.'
You can find the full Care Quality Commission report here.