Quality Account documents 2010-2011

Since June 2010 most health service providers have been required to submit an annual report about the quality of their services. Most organisations already use a system to publish Quality Accounts and maintain their profile pages on NHS Choices. For those without editing rights we list the Quality Accounts on this page. To check your provider's profile, use the Find services search. Please also read the guide on how to submit Quality Accounts

 

A-Z of health service providers' Quality Accounts 2010-2011

 

Quality Accounts D-F

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E

F

Quality Accounts M-O

M

N

O

Quality Accounts P-R

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R

Quality Accounts S-U

S

T

U

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The 1 comments posted are personal views. Any information they give has not been checked and may not be accurate.

vinay123 said on 14 July 2011

How can I see the quality accounts for Beechcroft Medical Centre?

I want to understand how they are managing since the service is so poor with phones not manned or the website for appoinments is not working

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Page last reviewed: 05/02/2013

Next review due: 05/02/2015

Finding Quality Accounts

This section list Quality Accounts for some organisations only such as independent providers or care homes. 

Most NHS trusts such as acute, mental health, care and ambulance trusts are able to publish their Quality Account on their NHS Choices profile page. For queries relating to profile pages on NHS Choices and the content management system please contact thechoicesteam@nhschoices.nhs.uk.  

To access other Quality Accounts for trusts not listed here select the Find NHS trusts link provided here and search for the trust you are interested in.

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