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PPG - Defib press release : 


Prescribing over the counter medication is changing: OTC meds is chnaging NHSE .pdf

PPG Newsletter: PPG Newsletter Issue 5

Boundary House Walking Group : see poster for details : BH walking group poster

CQC - Care Quality Commission

CQC - Who we are and what we do (this link will open in a new window - popups must be allowed) (this link will open in a new window - popups must be allowed)

The Care Quality Commission - Inspection of GP Surgeries

The Care Quality Commission (CQC) is the independent regulator of all health and social care services in England. Their role is to make sure that healthcare services provide people with safe, effective, compassionate, high quality-care. To meet these fundamental standards of quality they monitor, inspect and regulate services and then publish their findings. Further information on the CQC can be found on their "who are we, and what we do leaflet" - CQC - all about us

Boundary House Medical Centre was registered with the Care Quality Commission on 02nd August 2013. We have not yet received our inspection from the CQC. When the inspection has taken place the results of our inspection will be available to view on the CQC website.

CQC inspectors will want to get our patients views before inspecting the surgery and while they are on the premises during inspection.

The CQC will always welcome any comments regarding what our patients think about the care that they are receiving, you can provide this feedback by telephone, email, visiting the website and clicking on “share your experience” or sending your comments by post;

Telephone: 03000 616161


Website: CQC Website

Boundary House Report : April 2015  CQC Report 'Outstanding'

Post: Care Quality Commission, Citygate, Gallowgate, Newcastle-Upon-Tyne. NE1 4PA

All feedback is treated confidentially and the inspectors may not respond to individual feedback but you may be contacted for further information if you have provided contact details.


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