Watchdog to inspect St Mary's Hospital

By a County Press reporter

Tuesday, February 18, 2014


A WATCHDOG will visit St Mary's Hospital later this year to inspect the quality of healthcare services.

A team from the Care Quality Commission (CQC) will inspect eight service areas at the Isle of Wight NHS Trust — the emergency department, surgery and theatres, critical care, maternity services, paediatrics, elderly care, end of life services and outpatient care.

The trust will be one of 20 visited in the CQC's next round of intensive two-day inspections, some time between April and June, by the new chief inspector of hospitals Professor Sir Mike Richards and his team.


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