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Dorset Healthcare University Foundation Trust.

CQC orders DHUFT to make improvements

PERFORMANCE: The Care Quality Commission has identified two areas of moderate concern and five minor concerns about services at a clinic run by Dorset Healthcare University Foundation Trust.

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The report into the review of Forston Clinic, which provides services for people with dementia and learning disabilities, ordered the trust to take action to comply with outcomes around respecting and involving people who use services, the safety and suitability of pemises and care and welfare of people who use services.

Minor concerns were noted with regard to consent to care and treatment, cleanliness and infection control, staffing and complaints.

The trust, which recently took on community services from NHS Dorset, must make improvement actions around these.

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