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Notifications for non-NHS trust providers

All care providers must notify us about certain changes, events and incidents affecting their service or the people who use it.

This includes ex-NHS community interest companies (CICs) and primary medical service providers. We publish separate information about notifications for NHS trusts and GP practices.

Don't have a Provider Portal account?

If you don't have a Provider Portal account, you must use the forms provided by us to submit notifications within certain timescales.

You can find out about what you need to notify us about by reading our guidance on the regulations for providers and managers.

Who do I send the notifications to?

We have produced guidance that explains when you must submit notifications, and how you should send them to us.

Statutory notifications: Guidance for non-NHS trust providers PDF | 320.46 KB

Notifications of the death or absence of people detained, or liable to be detained, under the Mental Health Act 1983 (MHA) are dealt with under a separate process.

Find out more about making Mental Health Act notifications.

 

Last updated:
9 August 2016