Care Quality Commission

From April 2013 all GP practices have to be registered with CQC and registration is only allowed if the practice can show they are meeting national standards of quality and safety.  Practices will be inspected by CQC to ensure they are meeting these standards.

During an inspection visit CQC staff speak to patients seeking their views on their experience of care at the practice, and they will also speak to members of the patient group for their views.

For more information on CQC and the national standards of quality and safety please visit the CQC website


Hampton Health was inspected (by three inspectors from the CQC on the 26th April 2016).

We were judged to be of a good standard in all categories of inspection.

The Care Quality Commission (CQC) was set up to be an independent regulator of health and adult social care services in England to make sure that patients are being provided with safe, effective, compassionate and high quality care.


Hampton Health

CQC overall rating


29 April 2016

See the report


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