CQC review finds ‘inconsistent’ experiences for older people

Older people’s experiences of health and care support in a West Midlands county have been found to be ‘inconsistent’, a report by the care regulator has concluded. Care Quality Commission (CQC) reviewers found older people living in Staffordshire had varied experiences, with instances of people attending A&E because they could not get GP appointments, while…

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