Chief Inspector of Hospitals finds significant improvement at The Royal National Orthopaedic Hospital NHS Trust

22 March 2019 – CQC

England’s Chief Inspector of Hospitals rated The Royal National Orthopaedic Hospital NHS Trust as Good overall following an inspection by CQC.

A team of inspectors visited the trust during October and November 2018 to check the quality of four core services – surgery, medicine, children and young people’s services and outpatients.

As a result of the inspection the Trust is now rated as Good for being caring, effective, responsive and well-led. The trust remains Requires Improvement for being safe. Overall, the trust has significantly improved from a Requires Improvement to a Good rating.

Full details of CQC’s inspection, its ratings for the trust, including a ratings grid, are given in the report published online:


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