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Update on Mossley Manor

16 June 2015
Mossley Manor Care Home
Mr Amjad Latif & Mr Amer Latif
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CQC's inspection of Mossley Manor Care Home on 27 and 28 May and 1 and 5 June 2015 identified a number of serious concerns and deterioration in some areas since our previous inspection. The immediate, serious risks to residents' life, health and wellbeing gave us no option but to apply to the court under our urgent powers to protect the residents living at the home. In light of the serious risks to residents, the magistrates' court granted a court order which cancelled the home's registration with immediate effect. We worked in partnership with the local authority in Liverpool to make sure that all of the residents were moved to new homes.

Taking action, leading to the cancellation of the registration of any service is not something that the commission takes lightly and we recognise the distress that this has caused to residents and their family members. However, when we find very poor practice where people are at significant risk of harm, as we did in this case, we must act swiftly to protect residents. The commission's priority is to make sure that people using services receive safe, high-quality and compassionate care.

A full report detailing the findings of our inspection and the reasons behind the action we have taken has been published.

9 July update: The provider had the right to make an appeal in writing within 28 days of our action. They have not chosen to do so in this case.

Last updated:
29 May 2017