The findings of inspection reports for many care providers in the Black Country and Staffordshire have been made public.Adult social care, clinics, and basic healthcare were all inspected as part of the current Quality Commission (CQC) assessment.The evaluations contain scores that represent the CQC’s overall evaluation of the performance of facility, with the highest grade being exceptional, followed by good, needs improvements, and poor.The facilities are evaluated on five criteria: if they are secure, efficient, friendly, attentive, and very well.
Assessments of care professionals in the vicinity were just completed, and the following are the results:
3 distinct healthcare facilities were evaluated, and all 3 received a ‘Good’ rating.On March 24, Quality Care Home (Midlands) Limited’s Nelson House, on Nelson Road, received a ‘good’ rating throughout the sections.
Two days later, Pathways Care Group Limited’s 44 Sedgley Road was similarly certified ‘good’ across the categories.
HC-One Limited runs Ashgrove Nursing Home on Dudley Wood Road. It was graded altogether ‘good,’ with 4 out of 5 sections obtaining a ‘good’ assessment and a ‘safe’ score that requires enhancement.’
In the most recent round of evaluations, one care giver from Wednesbury received a total rating of’ requires development.’
Wood Green Nursing Home on Wood Green Road in Wednesbury had 3 ‘good’ evaluations in the categories of effectiveness, caring, and responsiveness, but ‘need updating’ in the aspects of security and well-leadership.
In the most recent round of assessments, one of the facility provider in Walsall had an average classification of ‘need improvement.’
SORCH Ltd’s Shire Oak House on Lichfield Road in Walsall got the grade on March 24.
They got scored excellent in three of the five areas, as did others in the vicinity, except with two fields that require development, security and well-led, they were rated the overall remarks of needs advancement.
Wolverhampton: In the most recent evaluations, one facility provider from Wolverhampton was scored ‘good’ in all categories, resulting in a total grade of ‘good.’
On March 22, Arden Manor, a care home on Birmingham New Road run by Arden Manor Care Limited, was given a clean bill of health in all categories.