CQC Audits

James Paget Hospital

3rd January 2017
Grading:
Grading Explained: Good
Report Excerpt:
The health of people in Great Yarmouth is varied compared with the England average. Deprivation is higher than average and about 24.9% (4,400) children live in poverty. Life expectancy for both men and women is lower than the England average. The health of people in Waveney is varied compared with the England average. Deprivation is lower than aver [...]
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James Paget Hospital

17th December 2018
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Grading Explained: Good
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James Paget Hospital

3rd January 2020
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Grading Explained: Good
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James Paget Hospital

31st May 2022
Grading:
Grading Explained: Good
Report Excerpt:
Inspection visit took place on February 15, 2022. This was an unannounced focused inspection of the hospital’s urgent and emergency service and medical care services. There was also an additional focus on the urgent and emergency care pathways across Norfolk and Waveney, with a number of inspections carried out across services over the course of [...]
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James Paget University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust

17th December 2018
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Grading Explained: Good
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James Paget University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust

3rd January 2020
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Grading Explained: Good
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Jessop Wing

24th June 2021
Grading:
Grading Explained: Inadequate
Report Excerpt:
Inspection visit took place on March 9 - 10. The Jessop Wing is a purpose-built maternity unit. This was an unannounced focused inspection following the receipt of information that highlighted concerns about the safety and quality of services. The rating of services went down to Inadequate. [...]
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Jessop Wing

4th May 2022
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Grading Explained: Inadequate
Report Excerpt:
Inspection visit took place between October 5, 2021 and November 11, 2021. This was part of the unannounced inspection of Sheffield Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust. Maternity services were inspected at the hospital. Specific findings relating to Jessop Wing made be found in the pdf link. [...]
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John Radcliffe Hospital

15th May 2017
Grading:
Grading Explained: Requires Improvement
Report Excerpt:
The John Radcliffe Hospital, Oxford is the largest hospital in the Oxford University Hospitals NHS Trust, with 832 beds, and serves a population of around 655,000 people. It provides acute medical and surgical services, trauma, and intensive care and offers specialist and general clinical services to the people of Oxfordshire. The John Radcliffe Ho [...]
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John Radcliffe Hospital

30th March 2018
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Grading Explained: Requires Improvement
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John Radcliffe Hospital

10th June 2019
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Grading Explained: Requires Improvement
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John Radcliffe Hospital

23rd July 2021
Grading:
Grading Explained: Requires Improvement
Report Excerpt:
Inspection visit took place on May 5. This was an unannounced focused inspection of the acute services to look at infection prevention and control as data showed the Trust had experienced an increase in hospital acquired healthcare infections. The service was not rated at this inspection and all previous ratings remain. [...]
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