RDASH told it must make improvements following Care Quality Commission inspection

Rotherham, Doncaster and South Humber NHS Foundation Trust told it must make improvements following Care Quality Commission inspection
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England’s Chief Inspector of Hospitals has rated Rotherham, Doncaster and South Humber NHS Foundation Trust (RDASH) as Requires Improvement overall following a CQC inspection.

Ratings change 

Rotherham, Doncaster and South Humber NHS Foundation Trust was rated Good following an inspection in 2018. On CQC’s return – between 8 October and 12 November 2019 – inspectors found improvements were needed and the trust is now rated as Requires Improvement overall.

In two of the five key questions CQC asks – are trust’s services effective and well-led – ratings have changed from Good to Requires Improvement. The rating for whether services are safe remains as Requires Improvement and the ratings for whether services are caring and responsive are still Good.

The rating for whether services are safe remains as Requires Improvement and the ratings for whether services are caring and responsive are still Good.

You can visit the CQC's website to read the full report

Care Quality Commission report

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