GP PRACTICES

Whether you run an NHS or private practice, the requirement for GP practices to register with the Care Quality Commission has added an additional layer of complexity to running a successful practice.   Balancing and juggling competing demands whilst maintaining high quality patient care can be tough.

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Applications for Registration

Our team of specialist lawyers can make sure that the registration process with your regulator is as seamless as possible.
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Cancellation, Suspension, or Variation of Conditions of registration

The CQC has extensive enforcement powers which, if exercised, can have a major impact on a GP Practice’s registration.
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Inspection Reports, Factual Accuracy Comments and Rating Reviews

GP Practices can suffer reputational, staffing and financial damage as a result of an inaccurate inspection report.
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Section 64 Request

The CQC can ask a GP Practice to provide it with information and documentation under Section 64 of the Health and Social Care Act. This usually happens because the CQC has a concern about the provider.
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Warning/Fixed Penalty Notices

The CQC can issue a Warning Notice or a Fixed Penalty Notice to a GP Practice where there has been a failing to comply with a legal requirement.
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Training

Ridouts puts on training events for the sector and can also provide tailored in-house training to you and your staff.
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