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Croydon’s Medical Director, Dr Nnenna Osuji named as a finalist at this year’s Women of the Year Awards

Croydon Health Services NHS Trust's Medical Director and Deputy Chief Executive Nnenna Osuji has been nominated for the Business Women of the Year 2019, with the winners due to be announced at an ...

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New Croydon plan will transform the health and care of local people

One Croydon, a partnership between the local NHS, Croydon Council and Age UK Croydon, has today launched a new five-year plan to support residents to stay well for longer by making services more acces...

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Teamwork will make the dream work for children’s NHS care in Croydon

Health visitors in Croydon have transformed their service to coordinate more closely with organisations like nurseries, schools and social care. This will create many more opportunities to keep Cro...

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Dedicated youth workers to join Croydon’s A&E department

Croydon Health Services NHS Trust has secured funding to introduce youth workers to its A&E department to work with young people caught up in violent crime, it was announced by the Mayor of London...

In the spotlight

On 20 May 2019 our new Emergency Department was officially launched and BBC News reported it. Watch the video above or read more about it here.

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Our Current CQC Rating

CQC summary Following the latest inspection the CQC the Trust remains at “requires improvement.”

The CQC most recently inspected our medical care and community services in July 2018 and has given both overall ratings of “requires improvement”. All our services were rated as “good” on caring and both medical care and community health services for adults were also judged “good” on being effective.

When combined with the previous inspection last year, the latest report also means seven out of the nine of the core services inspected at Croydon University Hospital are now rated as “good”.

You can read CQC reports on the Trust here.