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Barn House nursing home fails CQC inspection

Barn House nursing home fails CQC inspection A Surrey nursing available has been given a formal warning after an inspection by the Care Quality Commission (CQC). Inspectors said Barn Blood, in Merstham, was "failing to protect the safety and welfare of people". Citing the personal bearing of

County council suspends ninth care home in standards row

The board and NHS Nottinghamshire County have been working closely with the Care Quality Commission (CQC) to invite improvements at the Red Rose Care Home, in Brockton Avenue, Farndon, for the last year. David Hamilton, help director for

Care home in Northampton given safety warning by inspectors

Care home in Northampton given safety warning by inspectors Argyle Abode provides accommodation for up to 87 people who require nursing and personal care. The deadline for progress is October 29. If improvements are not made, the CQC has a range of enforcement powers which allow for restricting the services

Lauriston House care home in Bickley is at risk of closure

LAURISTON For nothing care home in Bickley is at risk of closure after an unannounced inspection by the Care Value Commission (CQC) exposed a catalogue of failings. Some of the residents' personal records were not up to era and some were missing.

Amicus Care Home Limited, Hillside Avenue, Strood, rated inadequate and put into special measures

Inspectors found medicines had not been given out, recorded or stored effectively and that some residents had not always received their prescribed medication.

They found fire escape routes were not suitable for people living in the home, one was blocked by laundry and another was unsafe.

Overall inspectors found the home was poorly managed.

Debbie Ivanova, CQC deputy chief inspector of adult social care, said: “From the poor standards of care identified on our inspection and the lack of effective leadership of the service we had no choice other than to take action.

“We have rated Amicus Care Home Limited as inadequate and placed it into special measures.

“Our priority is to ensure the safety and welfare of people receiving services at all times and it is unacceptable that the provider had not taken proper steps to ensure residents’ safety or to provide people living at the home with care that meets their needs.

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I am a CQC registered care manager, holdng NVQ4 in both Health and Socia Care and Leadership and Managemnet