The Care Quality Commission (CQC) makes sure that hospitals, care homes, dental and general practices and other care services in England provide people with safe, effective and high-quality care, and encourages them to improve.
CQC has four ratings: outstanding, good, requires improvement and inadequate. Currently North Middlesex University Hospital NHS Trust's overall rating is "requires improvement".
Latest CQC report - December 2016
CQC's last planned inspection of services at North Middlesex University Hospital was on 20-23 September 2016. The report was published in December 2016. A copy of the report is available on the CQC website here.
The trust produced a special digital edition of its magazine summarising the CQC report and the subsequent Quality Summit with health partners. You can read this on our website here.
CQC can be contacted directly as follows:
By email: firstname.lastname@example.org
By letter: CQC, Citygate, Gallowgate, Newcastle upon Tyne, NE1 4PA
By phone: 03000 61 61 61
Previous CQC inspection reports
CQC inspected the hospital's accident and emergency department and two of the hospital’s medical wards in April and June 2016. Urgent and emergency services (A&E) was rated as "inadequate". Medical care (including older people's care) was rated as "requires improvement". You can read their full report here:
CQC inspection report: July 2016 (links to CQC website)
CQC inspected services across the hospital in June 2014. Overall the hospital was rated as "requires improvement". Surgery, critical care, maternity and family planning and children and young people's services were rated as "good". A&E, medical care, end of life care and outpatients were rated as "requires improvement". You can read their full report here:
CQC inspection report: August 2014 (links to CQC website)
Page last updated: January 2018