The Care Quality Commission regulates all health and adult social care services in England, including those provided by the NHS, local authorities, private companies or voluntary organisations. It also protects the interests of people detained under the Mental Health Act.
The CQC makes sure that essential standards of quality and safety are being met where care is provided. It has a wide range of enforcement powers to take action on behalf of people who use services if these services are unacceptably poor.
By law all NHS providers must register with the CQC to show they are protecting people from risk.
From April 2013 all primary care service providers must be registered and licensed with the CQC to show they are meeting essential standards of quality and safety. Without registration, providers will not be allowed to operate.
Probus Surgery Certificate of Registration: CQC Certificate of Registration
Probus Surgery Statement of Purpose:
Probus Surgery Statement of Purpose - CLICK HERE
For further information regarding the Care Quality Commission and the Essential Standards, please click on the link below:
Please see attached the Equal Opportunities Anti-Discrimination Service Provision Policy
Equal Opportunities Anti-Discrimination Service Provision Policy
Please click on the link below to access our most recent CQC report
CQC Inspection Report - Date of Publication 12/03/19