News & events| 19 Jul 2018 | Tags: CQC
St George’s has been rated as Requires Improvement overall by the Care Quality Commission (CQC). The Trust is no longer rated Inadequate following inspection in March and April 2018.
The 2012 Care Quality Commission (CQC) survey of adult inpatients has shown that St George’s University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust has maintained and built on its improvements to inpatient care.
Annual report 2011/12 looks back over exciting year for St George’s University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust
The St George’s Healthcare NHS Trust today published its annual report and annual accounts 2011/12
The report has been published in a number of formats to try and cater for everybody’s needs. The best way to read the report is on the St George’s Healthcare website at www.xstgeorges.nhs.uk/annual The report is optimised for mobile phones so the layout will automatically adjust to your phone’s screen size, and there are also versions available for e-readers and Kindles, as well as a PDF version and a summary report on the website that will also be available around St George’s and Queen Mary’s Hospitals and health centres across Wandsworth.
The latest inpatients Care Quality Commission (CQC) national survey has confirmed patient experience improvements for St George’s University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust’s patients. The trust is now achieving results expected of a major healthcare provider that compare favourably with similar organisations. Staff developed and implemented a range of changes that …
An unannounced inspection of St George’s University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust by the Quality Care Commission (CQC) on 25th November has confirmed the hospital is meeting its duty to protect patients and staff from infections. The CQC spot check focused on four areas of the hospital, two wards and two …