Barnet, Enfield and Haringey Mental Health NHS Trust rated ‘Good', following latest inspection

According to the report published on 25 September 2019 the Barnet, Enfield and Haringey Mental Health NHS Trust has been rated as Good following the latest inspection by the Care Quality Commission (CQC) between 18 June to 30 July 2019 .
CQC rated BEHMHT good following inspection

CQC rated effective, caring, responsive and well-led as 'good'. They rated safe as 'requires improvement'. In rating the trust, CQC took account of the ratings of the six services inspected previously. After this inspection: 

  • Nine of the trust services were rated good
  • Two were 'requires improvement'
  • Two were rated 'outstanding'.

The Forensic Services and the Community based Mental Health services were Outstanding.

The Acute mental health admission wards for adults, and the Mental health crisis services & health based places of safety were rated 'requires improvement. 

Full reports of the inspection including ratings for all core services are available at this link.

Barnet, Enfield and Haringey Mental Health NHS Trust moves up to “Good” CQC rating, and is “very patient-centred”

We are already building on the areas identified by the CQC – both doing more of what is working well and addressing what needs to improve. Our ambition is to become a truly outstanding provider of integrated healthcare in north London and beyond.

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