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CQC INSPECTION

Dear Patients

The practice is having their routine CQC (Care Quality Commission) Inspection on 16th March 2018.  Both our sites (Kenton and Benwell) will be inspected to ensure we are providing the best service to our patients.

There are comment cards available in the surgery if you would like to give your feedback to CQC.

Our last routine inspection was held on 4th December 2014 and the practice was rated as GOOD in every category.

You can view the previous report on the CQC Website or there is a link on this home page.

Thank you for your support

Julie Wade

Practice Manager

 PLEASE NOTE FROM 1ST MAY THE DAY OF BABY CLINIC AT KENTON WILL CHANGE. IT WILL BE ON TUESDAYS FROM 10:30AM-12:00PM

 

 

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