A private mental health hospital which treats NHS funded patients including children has been judged inadequate for safety by CQC inspectors.

The Priory Hospital North London was rated “requires improvement” overall by the Care Quality Commission, following an unannounced inspection in April and May this year.

But the regulator judged it as “inadequate” for safety and found a number of concerns across its child and adolescent mental health services, acute adult wards and substance misuse services….read more

HSJ: 18 July 2018

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