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Care Quality Commission registration

All health and adult social care providers who provide regulated activities are required by law to be registered with the Care Quality Commission (CQC). To do so, providers, such as our Trust, must show they are meeting their standards of quality and safety.

If a trust is found to be falling short of the standards, a warning notice will be issued. This can then escalate to a fine, prosecution, restrictions on activities or, in extreme cases, closure.

The Trust is registered with the CQC with no conditions.

Following registration, the CQC regularly checks all hospitals in England to ensure they are still meeting the national standards. Their findings are published on the CQC's website:

St Helier Hospital

During the last inspection, the CQC found that all standards in all five areas were being met.

Epsom Hospital

During the last inspection, the CQC found that all standards in all five areas were being met.

Sutton Hospital

All standards found to be met following the CQC's assessment of declarations and evidence supplied by the Trust during registration.

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