Prometheus AlphaMed awarded Care Quality Commission accreditation
Prometheus AlphaMed is proud to announce that it has been approved for registration by the Care Quality Commission (CQC).
CQC is the independent regulator of health and adult social care in England, ensuring that the NHS and private medical companies provide clients with safe and high-quality care. The CQC certifies companies that are safe, effective, caring, responsive and well-led in their services.
Prometheus AlphaMed underwent a detailed and extensive audit, culminating in a site inspection at the end of November. Planning and preparation for CQC registration took over two years and required dedication and commitment from the entire Prometheus AlphaMed team. During the inspection, CQC gathered feedback from clients who had used Prometheus AlphaMed services, spoke to current employees, observed care, and undertook a detailed operation and clinical review of practice.
Professor Richard Lyon MBE, Prometheus AlphaMed’s Chief Executive Officer, said: ‘AlphaMed is known nationally for its commitment to the highest levels of clinical care and patient safety. I am delighted that the CQC had no hesitation in recognising the highest quality of service we provide and approving registration at first attempt.’