Healthcare inspectors criticised two Manchester care homes and placed them under special measures last month. The Care Quality Commission (CQC)
Flixton Manor, in Urmston, has been placed in ‘Special Measures’ following an inspection published earlier this month.
The manager of a failing nursing home has said he ‘doesn’t have time’ to deal with CQC criticisms, despite the centre being placed in special measures.
A nursing home in Oldham, in which residents had buzzers used to request assistance taken away from them by staff, has been placed into special measures by the CQC.
A lack of infection control policy and unchecked repeat prescriptions for addictive medicines have led to a Manchester GP being placed into special measures by the CQC, which could lead to its closure.
A Tameside care home which failed to address patient safety issues including unexplained bruising has been placed into special measures by the Care Quality Commission (CQC).
‘Failings in many areas’: Patients ‘not protected from avoidable risk’ at unsafe Wythenshawe care home
A residential care home in Wythenshawe has been slammed for being unsafe and potentially dangerous by the Care Quality Commission (CQC).
A Stockport care home has been slammed for being unsafe and inadequate, just five months after it was given a warning notice by the Care Quality Commission (CQC).
‘Couldn’t care less attitude’: Salford care home branded ‘inadequate’ by CQC as some staff ‘don’t have a clue’
A care home in Greater Manchester has slipped from ‘requires improvement’ to ‘inadequate’ within six months after an inspection in October by the Care Quality Commission.
A Greater Manchester care home that failed to treat its residents with ‘dignity and respect’ was found to be in breach of nine safety regulations after a Care Quality Commission inspection.
‘Heavily stained bedding, rusty commodes and lack of nutrition’: Inspectors slam Manchester care home
The Care Quality Commission’s (CQC) latest report of Abbotsford Nursing Home rated the services provided as ‘inadequate’ in four out of five instances.