Care Quality Commission inspection of Alder Hey Children’s NHS Foundation Trust
The Care Quality Commission will be inspecting Alder Hey Children’s NHS Foundation Trust, which runs Alder Hey Children’s Hospital in Liverpool on the 20/05/2014.
The inspection team are keen to hear evidence from local voluntary and community groups about the quality and safety of care at this hospital trust. You can send reports, peoples stories of care or other evidence your group holds about people’s care to firstname.lastname@example.org or you can ring 03000 616161. Please put the name of the trust you are sending information about in the title of the email to help us pass it to the right inspection team.
You can send evidence of high-quality care as well as any concerns you have identified. They will use your information to help the inspection team plan the inspection and what to look for on the inspection. The inspection team will ask these five questions about the trust and its services:
• Is it safe?
• Is it effective?
• Is it caring?
• Is it responsive to people’s needs?
• Is it well-led?
There will also be public listening events that you may want to attend more information on these can be found using here
You can read more about how the CQC carry out inspections at www.cqc.org.uk.
Thank you very much for helping CQC to understand people’s experiences of care. An inspection report will be available after the inspection and published on their website.