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Sheffield Teaching Hospitals rated ‘Good’ by CQC

Sheffield Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust (STH) has been rated ‘Good’ by the Care Quality Commission, with particular praise for its leadership, safety measures and patient support.
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09 Jun 2016

Sheffield Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust (STH) has been rated ‘Good’ by the Care Quality Commission, with particular praise for its leadership, safety measures and patient support.

Sir Andrew Cash, the trust’s Chief Executive, praised the hard work of STH’s staff and said he was “very proud and privileged to work with such a fantastic team of people”.

The CQC’s report noted the trust’s clear strategy as a particular area of strength, as well as the culture of innovation and improvement throughout all levels of the organisation. An outstanding area of practice included patient care for specialised cancer services, working in multidisciplinary teams to ensure patient’s received exceptional levels of care.

Another initiative highlighted as outstanding include the trust’s active recovery teams, which were the first in England to provide this particular model of care and were cited by the Royal College of Physicians as an exemplar of good practice.

The full CQC report can be found here

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