Care Quality Commission

The Care Quality Commission (CQC)  are the regulator:  their job is to check whether hospitals, care homes and care services are meeting essential standards.

Inspection in 2016

The most recent inspection was on Monday 3rd October 2016 and this was followed up by a 'desktop' inspection in May 2017.

Inspection in 2014:

When the the CQC visited Cogges Surgery on 23rd January 2014 as part of a programme of routine inspections of GP surgeries.  

Their report showed that the CQC Inspector confirmed that Cogges Surgery met each standard:

    • Respecting and involving people who use services 
    • Care and welfare of people who use services 
    • Cleanliness and infection control
    • Supporting workers
    • Assessing and monitoring the quality of service provision
    • Records 

You can read the full CQC Inspection Report from 2014  here

The CQC have also produced an Intelligent Monitoring Report which calculates that Cogges Surgery has 'zero risks'  and has therefore been allocated Band 6 (very low) priority for inspection.  The full report and explanation is attached Intelligent monitoring report by CQC Nov14.pdf

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