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Trust news

a.	Consultant Radiologist Nelesh Jeyadevan, Supt Radiographer Simone O`Connor, Lead Superintendent Radiographer Anne Geoghegan, Radiographer Helper Gareth Evans, CT admin Clerk Sharon Patel, Radiographer Helper Veronica Fox, Tessa Sanderson , Senior Radiographer Brenda Straker, CT admin clerk Naina Shah, Senior Radiographer Jo Carpenter and Lead Consultant Radiologist Dr Ketul Patel.
‘Fastest type of CT scanner in the NHS’ launched at CHS by Olympic gold medallist Tessa Sanderson

Croydon University Hospital now has a top of the range CT scanner that is more comfortable for patients and produces incredibly detailed pictures to help clinicians find and treat health problems in a...

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Croydon’s senior hospital chaplain departs on a high note

Senior Chaplain Revd Hilary Fife has retired from Croydon University Hospital after 27 years of remarkable service - the first five as a newly ordained chaplaincy volunteer. Hilary has helped thous...

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Free, fun activities in Croydon to give your child the Best Start! - 7 June

Croydon Best Start is running a host of fun activities for children under 5 - and information for their family - in Croydon town centre on 7 June. It's our ... BOOKSTART, BIRD, BOOGIE! Why note...

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Our Butterfly Service for parents who have lost children

We are holding a special service for parents to remember their children who have sadly passed away, on Sunday 27th May, at 3pm in our St Barnabas Chapel at Croydon University Hospital.   ...

Our current CQC rating

Graphic showing CQC rating

 

 

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.