Parkside achieves triple ‘Good’ rating from CQC

We are delighted to announce that Parkside Hospital has achieved a ‘Good’ CQC rating after the health regulator published its report on the hospital following inspections last year:


The Care Quality Commission (CQC) is the independent regulator of health and adult social care in England. Their role is to ensure that hospitals and other healthcare providers deliver services that are safe, effective, caring, responsive, and well-led.


CQC inspectors visited Parkside Private Hospital, Cancer Centre London and Parkside Hospital at Putney between September and December 2019.

All three facilities were rated ‘Good’ across all five assessment criteria – for being caring, well-led, responsive to people’s needs, being safe and effective.

The report is complimentary and a reflection of the work, dedication and care with which staff across the sites treat their patients. The CQC report states: “Staff worked hard to make the patient experience as pleasant as possible. Staff recognised and responded to the holistic needs of patients from their first referral before admission to checks on their wellbeing after they were discharged from the hospital”.

Phil Bates, Hospital Director at Parkside Private Hospital and Cancer Centre London, said:

“We’re delighted with the triple ‘Good’ rating which proves the point that good things do come in threes! I’m so pleased with the progress that we’ve all made across our three facilities and the dedication and hard work of all of our teams. It’s only with our staff’s support that we can continue on our improvement journey. As we build on the progress we have made and use the recommendations provided by the CQC, we will continue to work towards becoming an outstanding hospital. Congratulations and well done to all our staff.”

Date: 26/04/2020
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