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Care Quality Commission (CQC)

The CQC's job is to check all hospitals in England to ensure they are meeting government standards, and to share their findings with the public. For more information about the CQC please go to


The West Suffolk NHS Foundation Trust is meeting the essential government standards of quality and safety and is registered with the CQC. The Trust's current registration status is unconditional.

The government standards cover all aspects of care, including:

  • treating people with dignity and respect
  • making sure food and drink meets people's needs
  • making sure that that the environment is clean and safe
  • managing and staffing services

For further information about the government standards go to:


The CQC inspects all hospitals and care providers to check that they continue to meet these standards, and takes action when they don't.

Results of the most recent inspection of West Suffolk Hospital by the CQC


Last updated: 19 Mar 2015 08:46:36.263

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