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Royal Shrewsbury Hospital Inadequate

Details of this locations CQC registration


Here you will find the list of services and areas where we, the Care Quality Commission, authorise and regulate this service to operate. If you think this service is operating services not listed here please contact us

Type of service
  • Hospital
Specialisms/services
  • Services for everyone
Local authority
  • Shropshire

Regulated services/activities

CQC register Royal Shrewsbury Hospital to carry out the following legally regulated services here:

Transport services, triage and medical advice provided remotely

  • Ms Paula Clark is responsible for these services.

Maternity and midwifery services

  • Ms Paula Clark is responsible for these services.

Termination of pregnancies

  • Ms Paula Clark is responsible for these services.

Treatment of disease, disorder or injury

  • Ms Paula Clark is responsible for these services.
Condition of this registration relating to carrying out this regulated activity

The registered provider must ensure that within three days of this notice, it reviews and implements an effective system with the aim of ensuring that all children who present to the emergency department are assessed within 15 minutes of arrival in accordance with the relevant national clinical guidelines.

The registered provider must ensure that the staff required to implement the system as set out in the previous condition are suitably qualified and competent to carry out their roles in that system, and in particular to undertake triage, to understand the system being used, to identify and to escalate clinical risks appropriately.

The registered provider must ensure that the system makes provision for effective monitoring of the patient’s pathway through the department from arrival.

The registered provider must provide the Commission with a report setting out the steps it has taken to implement the system as required in conditions two to three, within five days.

The registered provider must ensure there is a system in place which ensures that all children who leave the emergency department without being seen are followed up in a timely way by a competent healthcare professional.

From 26 April 2019 and on the Friday of each week thereafter, the registered provider shall report to the Care Quality Commission describing the system in place for effective management of children through the emergency care pathway. The report must also include the following:

a. The actions taken to ensure that the system is implemented and is effective.

b. Action taken to ensure the system is being audited monitored and continues to be followed.

c. The report should include results of any monitoring data and audits undertaken that provide assurance that a process is in place for the management of children requiring emergency care and treatment.

d. The report should include redacted information of all children who left the department without being seen; details of any follow-up and details of any harm arising through the result of the child leaving the department without being seen.

The registered provider must ensure that within three days of this notice, it implements an effective system with the aim of ensuring that all adults who present to the emergency department are assessed within 15 minutes of arrival in accordance with the relevant national clinical guidelines.

The registered provider must ensure that the systems in place across the department can account for patient acuity and the location of patients at all times.

Assessment or medical treatment for persons detained under the 1983 Act

  • Ms Paula Clark is responsible for these services.

Surgical procedures

  • Ms Paula Clark is responsible for these services.

Diagnostic and screening procedures

  • Ms Paula Clark is responsible for these services.

Management of supply of blood and blood derived products

  • Ms Paula Clark is responsible for these services.