CQC: Care Quality Commission
The Care Quality Commission, or the CQC, serves as an independent regulatory body for health and social care services in England.
Established in 2009, The Care Quality Commission is an independent public body that regulates and inspects health and social care services and providers in England to ensure practices are safe and effective. The CQC oversees the practices of GP’s, hospitals, mental health services, ambulances and dentists to ensure their levels of care and support are up to standard.
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