Superior Care’s Maidstone Branch receives clean bill of health
Following the regular though unannounced inspection of our Maidstone Branch by the Care Quality Commission on Thursday, 2nd January 2014, we were delighted to receive news last week that, having carried out a thorough review of six of CQC’s Key Outcomes, we have passed with a clean bill of health.
It was equally warming to hear the glowing feedback provided by one of our clients, who told the Care Quality Commission’s Inspector that, “Superior Care took on everything. I am totally impressed. Thank you so much. I wish I had known about you before”. Another said, “… my mother’s carers are excellent”.
Commenting on the inspection, Branch Manager Adele Blythe said “Superior Care and the Maidstone Branch is always striving to deliver excellent levels of care to our clients, however; confirmation from our external regulators that we are successfully doing so is always welcome news. It’s a testament to our team of carers, support workers and nurses.”
Chief Executive, Stewart Thorp, added, “This is another excellent result for Adele and Superior Care’s Maidstone Branch which has grown significantly during the course of the last two years. It can be a challenge to grow and simultaneously maintain the same high standards, but this latest feedback from the Care Quality Commission demonstrates that the hard work of the Team is paying off.”
About the CQC:
The Care Quality Commission is the public body that registers and inspects care providers in England. It is responsible for ensuring that care services provide people with safe, effective, compassionate and high-quality care.