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CQC threatens mental health FT

28th February 2011

The Care Quality Commission has said Cambridge and Peterborough Foundation Trust will face enforcement action if it does not improve standards.

The CQC said the trust was failing in five areas relating to staffing, care and welfare, assessing and monitoring service provision, safeguarding people and suitability of premises. Frances Carey, regional director of CQC East, said: "The trust has already positively responded and submitted action plans which set out how they intend to meet essential standards. We will be monitoring this trust closely and won’t hesitate to use our enforcement powers if these improvements are not made swiftly."

 

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Article Information

Title: CQC threatens mental health FT
Author: Jess Laurence
Article Id: 17713
Date Added: 28th Feb 2011

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