Whorlton Hall review urges against registration of isolated services

Birds-eye view of an old building
Whorlton Hall

Hospitals for people with severe learning disabilities that are located in isolated and unsuitable buildings should not be registered by the CQC, a new report into the Whorlton Hall scandal has concluded. An independent review into the CQC’s regulation of the service, carried out by Professor Glynis Murphy, said Whorlton Hall was a ‘rambling old…

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