Spire Bushey Hospital has retained its ‘Good’ rating, following an inspection by the Care Quality Commission (CQC).
Inspectors carried out an unannounced visit to see surgical services offered at the 80-bed hospital earlier in the autumn.
In their report just published, they rated services ‘Good’ overall, and in each of the individual categories; safe, effective, and well-led.
The CQC praised staff for their passion and commitment to providing the best possible service for patients, singling out the quality of team working at the hospital.
In a separate report, the CQC also rated Spire Bushey’s diagnostic centre as ‘Good.’ This was the first time that the centre had been inspected by the CQC.
Darren Rogers, hospital director at Spire Bushey, said: “We’re absolutely delighted to retain our ‘Good’ overall rating.
“It is a tribute to the hard work of all our colleagues and the fantastic way they have risen to all the challenges of the past year and a half.
“We now want to build on the CQC’s findings and aim for an ‘Outstanding’ rating, next time we are inspected.”