Care Quality Commission (CQC)

The Care Quality Commission (CQC) are independent regulators of health and adult social care in England.

CQC make sure health and social care services provide people with safe, effective, compassionate, high quality care and encourage us to improve.

The role of CQC:

1.  We register care providers

2.  We monitor, rate and inspect services

3.  We take action to protect people who use services

4.  We speak with our independent voice publishing regional and national views of the major quality issues in health and social care.

The CQC will inspect GP practices and during the inspections will ask the same 5 questions:

1.  Are they safe?

2.  Are they effective?

3.  Are they caring?

4.  Are they responsive to peoples needs?

5.  Are they well-led?

Tower House Practice has not yet been inspected.  Once the inspection takes place the results of the inspection will be published in the waiting area and also on this website.

You can contact the CQC to share your experiences on 03000 61 61 61 or

If you wish to view our CQC registration certificate please click on the link below.

CQC Registration

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