103 CQC inspections fail to find a single Outstanding care home for the elderly


A further 103 CQC reports have been published for adult social care services in the Central region. Yet again, not a single care home for the elderly was given an Outstanding overall rating, although two homes providing mental healthcare services did reach the top standard.

Kingly Lodge, run the Kingly Care Partnership Limited in Leicestershire and Sutton House owned by MGB Care Services Limited in Nottinghamshire were both rated Outstanding overall.

Kingly Lodge is a care home registered to accommodate and provide rehabilitation for up to five people who have a mental health diagnosis.

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Sutton House provides accommodation, personal care and support for up to six adults with learning disabilities.

Full reports on all 103 inspections are available on the CQC website – click the links below:

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The author Rob Corder

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