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CQC’s list of ‘outstanding’ GP practices in Bradford district

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CQC’s list of ‘outstanding’ GP practices in Bradford district

These are Bradford’s top rated GP surgeriesaccording to the Care Quality Commission (CQC).

The independent regulator of health and social insurance inspects and regulates nursing homes, dentists, GPs, hospitals, mental health services and much more.

In the most up-to-date list, the inspectors rated 272 GP surgeries across the Bradford district. But only three of them were placed in the ‘outstanding’ care category.

The CQC must inspect 26 practices, which currently have no ratings.

This could be because the service is new, inspectors don’t have enough evidence, or the service has recently been reconfigured, for example because it has been taken over by a new provider.

Here is a full list of CQC’s top rated ‘outstanding’ GP practices and groups in the Bradford district.

‘Outstanding’ GP practice at Bradford

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Modality Company House received its last CQC revision on January 5, 2023.

At its last inspection, in July last year, it was rated ‘outstanding’ overall.

When the CQC reviewed your information, they found no evidence that the rating needed to be reassessed.

It was rated ‘Outstanding’ for responsiveness and leadership, as well as ‘Good’ for safety, efficiency and the inspection question, ‘Is the service attentive?’

The modality is based at Kilmeny Group Medical Practice but runs 10 practices in the Bradford district.

This includes Long Lee Surgery, Keighley; Oakworth Medical Practice, Oakworth; Haworth Medical Practice, Haworth; Silsden Surgery, Keighley; Steeton Surgery, Steeton Health Center; Holycroft Surgery, Keighley; Cross Hills Group Practice, Cross Hills; Farfield Group Practice, Keighley; Fisher Medical Centre, Skipton; and Gargrave Surgery, Skipton.

At CQC’s general inspection in August 2022, the report found that the practice was embedded in its community. This included helping patients gain access to food packages or attending drug outreach services at weekly outreach clinics for hard-to-reach patients in local locations.

The report stated: “Patients received safe and effective care. We saw that the handling of patients and their medications was safe.

“The practice continued to respond to the National GP Patient Survey. Patient satisfaction with access and appointment times was below national averages.

“The staff treated patients with kindness and respect and involved them in decisions about their care.”

Windhill Green Medical Center

Shipley-based Windhill Green Medical Center received its latest CQC review on July 26, 2019 and received an overall “outstanding” rating.

It was rated ‘outstanding’ for effectiveness, leadership and the service question, ‘Is service caring?’.

The practice received a ‘good’ rating for its security and responsiveness.

The report, based on the last CQC inspection in March 2016, said: “The practice worked closely with other organizations and the local community in planning how services were delivered to ensure they met the needs of patients. .

“The practice implemented suggestions for improvement and made changes to the way it delivered services as a result of feedback from patients and the patient engagement group.

“For example, improving car parking and installing water coolers and air conditioning in waiting areas.

“The practice had good facilities and was well equipped to treat patients and meet their needs.”

Bevan House

Bevan House it received its latest CQC review on January 5, 2023 and received ‘outstanding’ in all five key categories.

It was rated ‘outstanding’ overall and on questions focusing on safety, effectiveness, responsiveness, leadership and the inspection question, ‘Is the service attentive?’.

When the CQC reviewed your information, they found no evidence that the rating needed to be reassessed.

He social enterprise provides NHS services for homeless people, people in temporary or unstable accommodation, people who have come to Bradford as refugees or seeking asylum, and others who have difficulty accessing healthcare.

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