Care Quality Commission (CQC)
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The Trust is currently registered with no conditions with the CQC.
The Trust works closely with the CQC to maintain Essential Standards of Quality and Safety. The CQC make monitoring inspections to all of our mental health units yearly and make annual unannounced visits to any other areas. Any areas requiring actions to improve standards are developed and monitored by the Trust Board and the CQC.
The Trust ensures that its policies and procedures are developed to support staff to work to the CQC Standards, making them an integral part of everyday practice.
The CQC register Humber Teaching NHS Foundation Trust to carry out the regulated activities below (by following these links, you can see the most recent inspection reports).
CQC inspection report on the Trust (2017) - published January 2018
Our Trust has improved its overall CQC rating from ‘requires improvement’ to ‘good’ since our last inspection.
The Trust has improved its safety, effectiveness, responsiveness and leadership while maintaining its ‘good’ standard of care, says the Care Quality Commission (CQC).
Since the CQC last inspected the Trust in August 2016, five of our 19 services have improved - meaning 16 are now ‘good’ and three ‘require improvement’.
We were also rated ‘good’ for effectiveness, responsiveness and leadership (all up from ‘requires improvement’, ‘good’ for caring (the same as before), and ‘requires improvement’ for safety, (up from ‘inadequate’).
The Trust achieved ‘good’ across-the-board ratings for community and primary medical services, and ‘outstanding’ for the responsiveness and care of its wards for people with a learning disability or autism.
You can read the report and individual service reports by visiting the CQC website.
For information about our registration details, regulated activities and services please visit www.cqc.org.uk/provider/RV9/registration-info
CQC Mental Health Act reports
You can access our CQC Mental Health Act report by clicking on the below links: