We want to provide support and guidance to healthcare facilities looking after those most at risk.
Even as the national lockdown is eased in the weeks ahead, the entire healthcare sector will still be under additional pressure.
At CQC Compliance, we want to offer a helping hand to healthcare facilities who could face a number of issues in the current climate.
As our healthcare services continue to battle COVID-19, there has never been a more vital time to ensure that your system of Infection Prevention and Control is correct and up-to-date.
Infection control is an integral part of operating any healthcare service. It not only protects patients and clients, but it also protects your personnel from falling ill and prevents the spread of infectious diseases in and out of your healthcare setting.
The control of infection – included in CQC Regulation 12 – is a procedure utilised in all healthcare settings to prevent the spread of COVID-19 and other diseases. Our team can provide detailed Infection Control Advice and Support, a service that is of vital importance at this time.
Although preventative measures are understandably the primary focus in avoiding a significant outbreak of the virus throughout healthcare facilities, our team can also make sure that your Policies and Procedures are updated across the board. Having the correct documentation in place ensures best practice and full compliance going forward.
Other services we offer that may be beneficial to providers include our Interim Management Support which could be utilised for the transition to the ‘new normal’ post-COVID.
Regardless of the situation, our team are dedicated and passionate about ensuring that our short-term management personnel are perfectly matched with the needs and requirements of each healthcare service.
In addition, we can provide Nurses (RGN and RMN) and Health Professionals to support services that are struggling with staff absences.
Our HR Support service is here to help during this difficult time, as we can provide advice in dealing with difficult employment issues or support in the day-to-day running of your provider.
For more information, find the latest Government advice here.