CQC Survey: People's Experiences of Care
04 January 2019
The Care Quality Commission is running a survey to find out people's different experiences of care.
By inspecting and monitoring services, the CQC can make sure that health and social care services in England provide people with safe, effective, compassionate and high-quality care.
By sharing your experiences, you’ll help them to improve the overall quality of care in England. You’ll also help them to prevent poor care happening to others in the future.
The health and social care services CQC monitor, includes:
- care homes
- home care agencies
- hospice services
- GP practices, including walk-in centres and out-of-hours services
- community care and support services, such as district nurses and health visitors
- clinics providing services such as family planning, slimming and some types of cosmetic surgery
- community mental health services
- ambulance services