Aug 01 2013

Bob Blackman MP welcomes clean bill of health for St Mark’s

bob_blackman3The Care Quality Commission (CQC) has published a report on St Mark’s Hospital part of the North West London Hospitals NHS Trust, following a surprise compliance visit by its inspectors.

The hospital has received a full set of marks for quality of service in the way it ensures that consent to care, treatment and support has been obtained.

Bob Blackman, MP for Harrow East, and a former patient of the hospital, said: “Recent illness has given me a firsthand experience of the quality of care at St Mark’s Hospital and I am not surprised at all by the CQC’s findings. It is a remarkable local hospital and we are very fortunate to have it on our doorstep.”

The CQC is the regulator for health and social care in England. It carries out unannounced inspections to check that necessary service levels are being provided. There are 16 essential standards of care that are checked, including consent to care.

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  1. Elliegirl

    I also have and still am a patient at St Marks . It is an amazing hospital not only serving people in Harrow!! I have met people from all over the country attending this hospital after recieving treatment at other hospitals . Keep up the good work St Marks

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