Warrington and Halton Hospitals have Now Obtained a CQC Rating of “Good”

Warrington and Halton hospitals have worked hard to try and secure a “good” overall score from the CQC. This comes after the inspections that took place in March, April and May. They have seen a huge level of significant improvement since and this is especially the case when you look at the fact that they once required improvement. A team of inspectors were set to visit the trust and they had the job to try and assess the five core services that they have across Warrington and Halton. They are also having to look over maternity care, critical care, outpatients and more. They even looked at leadership and management too. The trust was rated as good when five key questions were answered, and this is brilliant news for those who work in private nursing or even in homecare.

CQC have published the trust’s UOR report too. This is based on an assessment which was undertaken by the NHS improvement. The trust has been rated in the past as requires some degree of improvement because they were not using their resources productively. The combined rating for the trust also took into account the CQC inspection for the quality of services that were provided and they also looked at the NHSI too.

The Chief Inspector at the hospital, Ted Baker has stated that the trust does require some improvement when you look at the last two inspections that have happened. They have not yet to bring themselves up to standard but there has been a strong commitment and they have now achieved what they wanted. This is a positive movement to say the least and it is safe to say that there is going to be so much support given to the hospital to try and keep everything this way.

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