Doncaster and Bassetlaw Teaching Hospitals is rated ‘Good’ by Care Quality Commission

The CQC report published today (19/02/20), recognises a number of areas of quality care, practice and improvement at the Trust. Reflecting an overall positive picture, this latest report means that in addition to an overall Trust rating of Good
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The Trust, which operates Doncaster Royal Infirmary, Bassetlaw Hospital and Montagu Hospital, cares for an average of 475,000 outpatients, 125,000 inpatients and 175,000 emergency admissions every single year. It is one of only six teaching hospitals in Yorkshire and Humber and trains about one third of all medical professionals within the region.

The CQC assesses trusts against seven key ‘domains’ which are described as ‘safe’, ‘effective’, ‘caring’, ‘responsive’, ‘well-led’, ‘use of resources’ and ‘quality’. Improving upon the previous inspection, the Trust has been rated good for six of the seven standards, with one domain rated as ‘Requires Improvement’.

You can read the report by visiting Care Quality Commission's website

Doncaster and Bassetlaw Teaching Hospitals Trust CQC report 

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