CQC play an important role in health and social care services, ensuring that they are safe and effective. They are an independent regulator of health and adult social care in England.
People should receive care that is compassionate and that is of a high quality and CQC encourage care services to continuously improve.
The role of CQC is:
- To register care providers
- To monitor, inspect and rate services.
- To protect people who use services and take necessary action.
- To speak an independent voice and to publish important information regarding health and social care issues.
You can contact CQC on
CQC National Customer Service Centre
Newcastle upon Tyne