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New Chief Executive appointed to lead Croydon Health Services NHS Trust

Matthew Kershaw has been appointed as the interim Chief Executive of Croydon Health Services, to lead the Trust as it continues to make improvements in caring for people across the borough. ...

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We are urging more people in Croydon to join the organ donor register and discuss their wishes with loved ones

Croydon Health Services NHS Trust is asking people to support Organ Donation Week (3-9 September) as new figures reveal a fall the number of registered organ donors in the borough. Over the past de...

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Croydon backs new London-wide campaign as it prepares for ‘September Spike’ in child asthma admissions

Croydon Health Services NHS Trust is supporting a new campaign to improve the management of asthma and so head off the annual September rise in hospital admissions among young people and children with...

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Croydon Health Services rated top in South West London for cleanliness and maintenance of buildings

Croydon Health Services NHS Trust has been rated top in South West London for cleanliness and the condition, appearance and maintenance of its buildings. The annual Patient-Led Assessments of the C...

Our current CQC rating

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The Care Quality Commission (CQC) in February 2018 rated three of out of four core services at Croydon Health Services NHS Trust as ‘Good’ following a routine inspection.

The unannounced inspection carried out during October and November 2017 focused on surgery, critical care, end of life care and outpatients at both Croydon University Hospital and Purley War Memorial Hospital. 

The inspectors found there had been improvements in surgery, end of life care and outpatients, raising the rating from ‘Requires Improvement’ to ‘Good’ in all three services. The CQC rated critical care as “Requires Improvement.”

Overall the Trust was rated as ‘Requires Improvement’ – the same as its last inspection in June 2015.