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Mid Cheshire Celebrates Good CQC Rating – With Special Praise For Community Health Services

CQC rating 2018 Staff Picture
14 April 2020 

The Care Quality Commission (CQC) has once again rated Mid Cheshire Hospitals Foundation Trust as good following an inspection in November 2019.

Central Cheshire Integrated Care Partnership (CCICP) who deliver community health care services for the Trust have been rated as good across the board;  a significant achievement in the three and half years since the service and its staff joined the Trust.

The report highlights that throughout the Trust staff were committed to delivering patient centered care, respected individuals and supported them practically and emotionally.

Inspectors also praised the culture of learning the Trust has to continually improve safety.

James Sumner, Chief Executive said,  “We are very proud of our staff and the dedicated way in which they provide the highest levels of care and compassion.  We are delighted that this has once again been reflected by our CQC rating of Good.

“I am especially proud that our community services were rated good across all domains, to have achieved this rating in such as short space of time is a fantastic achievement.

“Inspectors praised the commitment of our staff and we are seeing that same dedication every day as we face the challenge of COVID-19.  Our staff are showing incredible compassion in these exceptional circumstances and providing outstanding care for our patients.

 “We will use the findings in the report to build on our many strengths and continue to provide the best possible services for our patients.”

You can read the full report here