A care home previously rated Requires Improvement by the CQC has been given a Good rating.
An HC-One home in Stevenage was “not consistently safe” before a fatal fire in February, the CQC has revealed.
Staff at Care UK’s Muriel Street home in Islington, North London have been criticised by the CQC for “intrusive” behaviour during handovers.
Monread Lodge in Knebworth, Hertfordshire has been rated Requires Improvement after CQC inspectors found residents with unexplained skin tears and bruises.
Sussex Health Care’s (SHC) Clemsfold House has been rated Requires Improvement by the CQC following an inspection prompted by a resident’s death.
One in four English care homes are rated Inadequate or Requires Improvement, according to Which? analysis of CQC data published today.