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Receptionists at practice rated ' inadequate' lacked sepsis training, CQC says

Tuesday 27th November 2018

A CQC report has highlighted the lack of sepsis training for reception staff at a practice rated inadequate. 
 
The Matthewman Practice, based in north London and run by Dr Philip Matthewman, was rated inadequate by the CQC in a report published earlit this month, on how safe, effective and well-led it is.
 
However, it was rated good for being caring and responsive.
 
The CQC said the practice – which was also rated as requires...

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