Unannounced inspections ran by the Care Quality Commission (CQC) as of March 31, 2012 have bought four Teesside care homes under the limelight, which now have been ordered to immediately start working for improvement in maintaining its standard of care and services.
The above confirmations have come from the report of yesterday, which has clearly stated in its writings that the unannounced inspections by CQC primarily targeted the four healthcare providers across Middlesbrough, Stockton, Redcar and Cleveland.
All the four cares homes that have faced the serious orders to improve their standards are Brookfield Care Home on the high street, Lazenby, Victoria House Care Centre on Park Road North, Middlesbrough, Four Seasons Care Home, at Ox Close, Marske Road, Saltburn, and Cleveland View Care Centre, on Cargo Fleet Lane, Middlesbrough.
The CQC reports have suggested the Brookfield care home in Lazenby to give better protection to its people from risks that are associated with unsafe use and management of medicines. Also, the report has ordered all the four care homes to pay extra attention towards their people and serve them and their needs with appropriate care and treatments.
Ms. Michelle Savage, Director of Brookfield Care home, said that the hoe authorities have taken the matter very seriously and immediate actions have already been taken to ensure improvement.
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