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The Nuffield Health North Staffordshire Hospital was opened in 1978 with funds raised by the local community. The hospital is now a modern, purpose-built and well-equipped private healthcare facility with 36 en suite bedrooms.
There are two operating theatres and one minor/endoscopy suite, a busy outpatient department and physiotherapy, pathology and diagnostic imaging. It has an excellent reputation for clinical care, expertise and efficient friendly staff.
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Following the recent CQC inspection of the Nuffield Health North Staffordshire Hospital, Hospital Director Ann Brunt said:
“I welcome the findings of the CQC inspection which rated the Nuffield Health North Staffordshire Hospital ‘Good’ overall across Surgery, Outpatients and Diagnostic Imaging. Services were found to be ‘well led, caring and responsive to the needs of patients’.
The CQC highlighted the hospitals integrated approach to safe practice with well-established risk management and quality processes in place. The report also highlights the consistently positive feedback from patients and the hospitals excellent track record on safety.
I am however, disappointed with some of the findings in relation to our surgery service which identified some inconsistencies in practice. We have taken immediate steps to address the areas highlighted in the report.
Patient safety, infection prevention and high quality care are our number one priority and we will continue to focus our efforts to ensure the hospital delivers the highest standards for our patients.
Should any patient have questions or concerns about any of our services or the content of the CQC report, they should contact the Nuffield Health North Staffordshire directly.”