CQC Whorlton Hall Cover Up: More CQC responses & culpability

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Alexander's Excavations

 By Dr Minh Alexander NHS whistleblower and former consultant psychiatrist, 26 June 2019


Summary: The CQC suppressed a critical 2015 inspection report  on Whorlton Hall which effectively described institutional abuse in the form of wide ranging, serious care failures.

CQC has now admitted via FOIA that it has a legal duty to publish an inspection report on every inspection, and that it has no policy which allows it to discard an entire inspection report. CQC has also admitted that where there is a concern about insufficient evidence to back up regulatory findings, normal procedure is for the same inspector to go back. In contrast, at Whorlton Hall the CQC sent a different team in several months later, which delivered an unrecognisably upbeat portrait of the service.

The CQC is suspiciously evading a question about whether CQC board members were involved in the decision not to publish the 2015…

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