Tabley House, which houses 59 adults, was branded ‘inadequate’ by the health watchdog and was placed into the ‘special measures’ category.
Seymour Care Home, located in Clayton just outside of Manchester City Centre, received an impromptu visit by the CQC at the end of October 2017 after two whistle-blowers raised serious concerns about the residents.
Tameside Link has been given a rating of ‘inadequate’ by the Care Quality Commission (CQC) after announced inspections were conducted on September 29 and October 10.
Comfort Call in Salford received an impromptu inspection on April 11-13 on two key areas they were warned they must improve on in December, Safe and well-led.
A mental health facility in Moston has been slammed by health authorities after a diabetic patient was allowed to buy sugary drinks and chocolate.
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 privately-run hospital has been slammed by officials after staff failed to monitor the potentially fatal side-effects of medication.
Stockport care home found guilty of ‘depriving people of their liberty illegally’ by damning CQC report
A Stockport care home has been found guilty of illegally depriving people of their liberty by the CQC after an inspection highlighted various failings.
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.
‘Dried faecal matter and a malodorous smell’: Urmston care home putting residents ‘at risk of infection’ says CQC
‘Dried faecal matter’, ‘matted hair’ and ‘a malodourous smell’ were discovered during a CQC inspection at a Manchester care home for the elderly.