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Your inspection report: GP practices
After each inspection we publish an inspection report on our website normally within 50 days of the inspection.
The report focuses on what our findings mean for the public. If we find examples of outstanding practice during inspection, we describe them in the report to enable other providers to learn and improve. We also describe any concerns we find about the quality of care. The report sets out any evidence we have found about a breach of the regulations and other legal requirements.
The evidence that we have used to arrive at our ratings decisions will be available in a separate evidence table, which we publish alongside the inspection report. This includes relevant CQC Insight data. Separate evidence tables help to make the reports shorter and more accessible.
Before publishing, we carry out quality and consistency checks on all reports to ensure that our judgements are consistent. This includes internal quality panels where we discuss and ratify a sample of reports.
- Last updated:
- 25 February 2019