Homerton University Hospital

2nd July 2020
Grading Explained: Outstanding

The inspection visit took place from January 28th - 29th 2020. Due to suspension of activities during the pandemic, the well-led inspection was not completed.

This was a focused inspection covering three core services - medical care, maternity services and end of life care. Medical care was focused on older people’s care. Maternity services was a follow up inspection to assess whether the Trust had made improvements in the governance processes since the last inspection in August 2018.

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Jan 22, 2021 TWITTER
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Jan 21, 2021 TWITTER
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