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Every day, we treat over 6,000 patients across our hospitals, and we’re committed to ensuring that they all receive safe and compassionate care. 

Newham University Hospital

In 2015, we published an ambitious improvement plan to tackle issues identified by the Care Quality Commission. After re-inspecting Newham in November 2016, the Care Quality Commission has published a report on the quality of care. 

Our 2016 CQC inspection at Newham

The report presents the findings of the re-inspections, and represent an important milestone on our improvement journey to deliver safe and compassionate care.

The report shows that we have made real improvements at Newham; the quality of the care we provide to our patients is getting better all the time.

  • The overall rating for the hospital has improved from Inadequate to Requires Improvement
  • More than a third of the individual CQC ratings for Newham Hospital are now Good
  • Medical care – including older people’s care – has improved from Inadequate to Good
  • Surgery has improved from Requires Improvement to Good
  • End of life care has improved from Inadequate to Requires Improvement

Newham CQC comparison gifWe're getting better all the time

Since the CQC inspected Newham in November 2016, we've continued on our journey of improvement. 

Newham CQC infographic

 

Whipps Cross and The Royal London Hospital

After re-inspecting Whipps Cross and The Royal London in July 2016, the Care Quality Commission published separate reports on the quality of care.

Both reports show that we have made real improvements; the quality of the care we provide to our patients is getting better all the time.

Our 2016 inspection at Whipps Cross

• One-third of the individual CQC ratings are now “good” and more than half have improved their rating.
• Services for children and young people improved from Inadequate to Good
• Urgent and emergency services improved from Inadequate to Requires Improvement
• Medical care improved from Inadequate to Requires Improvement
• Maternity and gynaecology improved from Requires Improvement to Good
• End of life care improved from Inadequate to Requires Improvement

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Our 2016 inspection at The Royal London

• Overall our hospital improved from Inadequate to Requires Improvement
• Critical care scored Outstanding for the ‘caring’ domain and retained its Good rating overall
• Surgery improved from Inadequate to Requires Improvement
• Services for children and young people moved from Inadequate to Requires Improvement
• End of life care moved from Inadequate to Requires Improvement

CQC outstanding gif 2016

The CQC maintained the overall rating of Whipps Cross Hospital as inadequate, but inspectors recognised the significant improvement since their last visit with one-third of the individual ratings classified as “good”. More than half of the individual CQC ratings have improved since the last visit in 2014.

We're getting better all the time

Since the CQC inspected us in July, we've continued to make improvements across our hospitals. 

CQC infographic 2016

Our journey to deliver Safe and Compassionate care

Click here to read our safe and compassionate improvement plan

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