CQC Rating

CQC  have published for the first time information on every GP surgery in England. The ‘intelligent monitoring’ of general practices are made up of different types of evidence on patient experience, care and treatment, based on sources including surveys and official statistics.
These ratings help CQC decide how it should prioritise its inspections under its new and in-depth regime. This is so they can be confident that people receive care that is safe, caring, effective, responsive to their needs, and well-led.  Please see our report (reports are on a scale 1 – 6 (1 being the worse and 6 the best rating).
The Crookes Practice has a rating of 6.

CQC Statement of Purpose
Under the Health and Social Care Act 2008 (The Care Quality Commission (Registration) Regulations 2009 Part 4), the registering body (The Crookes Practice) is required to provide to the Care Quality Commission a statement of purpose.