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Care Quality Commission publishes bandings for South Bucks GP surgeries

| November 18, 2014

The Care Quality Commission has published ratings for every one of England’s 7,661 GP surgeries giving the risk of delivering poor care based on the CQC criteria.

Surgeries have been placed in one of six priority bandings, those placed in Band 1 are considered, by the Care Quality Commission, to be those of the highest concern while those in Band 6 are considered to be of lowest concern when it comes to the possibility of providing care that was potentially below par.

Full details of the Care Quality Commission banding for each surgery in the UK with associated risk ratings and detailed report can be found on the Care Quality Commission web site.

The GP surgeries in High Wycombe have been banded by the Care Quality Commission as follows :

Band 1 – Highest Concern
Cressex Health Centre
Wye Valley Surgery

Band 3
Chiltern House Medical Centre
Priory Surgery

Band 4
Hughenden Valley Surgery
Kingswood Surgery

Band 5
Carrington House Surgery

Band 6 – Lowest concern
Dr Reidy & Partners, Desborough Surgery
Drs N Masters, N Yaseen & J Deacon, Highfield Way, Hazlemere
Riverside Surgery
Tower House Surgery

The risk bandings of other surgeries in South Buckinghamshire have been classified by the Care Quality Commission as follows :

Band 1 – Highest Concern
The Doctors House – Marlow Medical Group, Marlow

Band 6 – Lowest concern
Cookham Medical Centre, Cookham Rise,Maidenhead
Cherrymead Surgery, Loudwater
Hawthornden Surgery, Bourne End
Millbarn Medical Centre, Beaconsfield
Pound House Surgery, Wooburn Green
Prospect House Surgery, Great Missenden
Stokenchurch Medical Centre, Stokenchurch
John Hampden Surgery, Prestwood
The Simpson Centre, Beaconsfield

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