Trust rated ‘Good’ overall by CQC

The Care Quality Commission (CQC) have announced that they have rated the Royal Free London NHS Foundation Trust ‘Good’ overall as a trust.

All three hospitals, Barnet Hospital, Chase Farm Hospital and the Royal Free Hospital individually also received a rating of ‘Good’.

Further, each of the 21 core services inspected across our three hospitals received a ‘Good’ rating.

Professor Ted Baker, deputy chief inspector of hospitals, said: “As one of the largest acute trusts in England, the Royal Free London NHS Foundation Trust sees 1.6 million people a year. The trust and its staff should be proud of the fact that all three hospitals in London were rated ‘Good’ by CQC inspectors. This is a considerable achievement.  Overall, the service patients receive is effective, responsive and compassionate.”

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