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Provider: Molla and Kesani

Registration details


Partners

Dr Venkata Kesani, Dr Abu Layes Molla


CQC register Molla and Kesani to carry out the following legally regulated activities.

Maternity and midwifery services

Condition of this registration relating to carrying out this regulated activity

By the 10 June 2019 the registered provider must at all times while the regulated activities are carried on, have in place a senior and experienced medical practitioner, approved with the clinical commissioning group and NHS England, to ensure that clinical systems and processes are reviewed, updated and maintained in a manner that ensures the safety and welfare of patients.

By the 10 June 2019 the registered provider must ensure that general practitioners working at the practice, including partners on the General Medical Services contract and locum GPs, have in place effective supervision within the practice to provide assurance that risk to patients is minimised. Evidence of such supervision must be transparent and be clearly documented in a format that is meaningful and accessible.

By the 10 June 2019 the registered provider must have an effective system of nurse supervision, appraisal and clinical support. Evidence of such supervision, appraisal and support must be transparent and be clearly documented in a format that is meaningful and accessible. All nurses must have the required competence, training and recruitment checks in place and this must be monitored.

By the 10 June 2019 the registered provider must have in place experienced practice management support, to oversee and provide oversight for all practice functions.

By the 10 June 2019 the registered provider must ensure that safeguarding processes and procedures are fully reviewed, amended and implemented. All registers must be up-to-date and accurate and referrals made as appropriate. A qualified and competent safeguarding lead must have oversight of all safeguarding activity carried on at the practice.

By the 10 June 2019 and then on the first working day of every month thereafter, commencing on 1 July 2019 the registered provider must update CQC in writing on the progress made against all risks identified in the CQC inspection of 21 May 2019 and set out in the letter of intent dated 23 May 2019.

Terms of this registration relating to carrying out this regulated activity

The registered provider must ensure that the regulated activity Maternity and midwifery services is managed by an individual who is registered as a manager in respect of that activity at or from all locations.

Registered services

Family planning services

Condition of this registration relating to carrying out this regulated activity

By the 10 June 2019 the registered provider must at all times while the regulated activities are carried on, have in place a senior and experienced medical practitioner, approved with the clinical commissioning group and NHS England, to ensure that clinical systems and processes are reviewed, updated and maintained in a manner that ensures the safety and welfare of patients.

By the 10 June 2019 the registered provider must ensure that general practitioners working at the practice, including partners on the General Medical Services contract and locum GPs, have in place effective supervision within the practice to provide assurance that risk to patients is minimised. Evidence of such supervision must be transparent and be clearly documented in a format that is meaningful and accessible.

By the 10 June 2019 the registered provider must have an effective system of nurse supervision, appraisal and clinical support. Evidence of such supervision, appraisal and support must be transparent and be clearly documented in a format that is meaningful and accessible. All nurses must have the required competence, training and recruitment checks in place and this must be monitored.

By the 10 June 2019 the registered provider must have in place experienced practice management support, to oversee and provide oversight for all practice functions.

By the 10 June 2019 the registered provider must ensure that safeguarding processes and procedures are fully reviewed, amended and implemented. All registers must be up-to-date and accurate and referrals made as appropriate. A qualified and competent safeguarding lead must have oversight of all safeguarding activity carried on at the practice.

By the 10 June 2019 and then on the first working day of every month thereafter, commencing on 1 July 2019 the registered provider must update CQC in writing on the progress made against all risks identified in the CQC inspection of 21 May 2019 and set out in the letter of intent dated 23 May 2019.

Terms of this registration relating to carrying out this regulated activity

The registered provider must ensure that the regulated activity Family planning is managed by an individual who is registered as a manager in respect of that activity at or from all locations.

Registered services

Treatment of disease, disorder or injury

Condition of this registration relating to carrying out this regulated activity

By the 10 June 2019 and then on the first working day of every month thereafter, commencing on 1 July 2019 the registered provider must update CQC in writing on the progress made against all risks identified in the CQC inspection of 21 May 2019 and set out in the letter of intent dated 23 May 2019.

By the 10 June 2019 the registered provider must at all times while the regulated activities are carried on, have in place a senior and experienced medical practitioner, approved with the clinical commissioning group and NHS England, to ensure that clinical systems and processes are reviewed, updated and maintained in a manner that ensures the safety and welfare of patients.

By the 10 June 2019 the registered provider must ensure that general practitioners working at the practice, including partners on the General Medical Services contract and locum GPs, have in place effective supervision within the practice to provide assurance that risk to patients is minimised. Evidence of such supervision must be transparent and be clearly documented in a format that is meaningful and accessible.

By the 10 June 2019 the registered provider must have an effective system of nurse supervision, appraisal and clinical support. Evidence of such supervision, appraisal and support must be transparent and be clearly documented in a format that is meaningful and accessible. All nurses must have the required competence, training and recruitment checks in place and this must be monitored.

By the 10 June 2019 the registered provider must have in place experienced practice management support, to oversee and provide oversight for all practice functions.

By the 10 June 2019 the registered provider must ensure that safeguarding processes and procedures are fully reviewed, amended and implemented. All registers must be up-to-date and accurate and referrals made as appropriate. A qualified and competent safeguarding lead must have oversight of all safeguarding activity carried on at the practice.

Terms of this registration relating to carrying out this regulated activity

The registered provider must ensure that the regulated activity Treatment of disease, disorder or injury is managed by an individual who is registered as a manager in respect of that activity at or from all locations.

Registered services

Surgical procedures

Condition of this registration relating to carrying out this regulated activity

By the 10 June 2019 the registered provider must at all times while the regulated activities are carried on, have in place a senior and experienced medical practitioner, approved with the clinical commissioning group and NHS England, to ensure that clinical systems and processes are reviewed, updated and maintained in a manner that ensures the safety and welfare of patients.

By the 10 June 2019 the registered provider must ensure that general practitioners working at the practice, including partners on the General Medical Services contract and locum GPs, have in place effective supervision within the practice to provide assurance that risk to patients is minimised. Evidence of such supervision must be transparent and be clearly documented in a format that is meaningful and accessible.

By the 10 June 2019 the registered provider must have an effective system of nurse supervision, appraisal and clinical support. Evidence of such supervision, appraisal and support must be transparent and be clearly documented in a format that is meaningful and accessible. All nurses must have the required competence, training and recruitment checks in place and this must be monitored.

By the 10 June 2019 the registered provider must have in place experienced practice management support, to oversee and provide oversight for all practice functions.

By the 10 June 2019 the registered provider must ensure that safeguarding processes and procedures are fully reviewed, amended and implemented. All registers must be up-to-date and accurate and referrals made as appropriate. A qualified and competent safeguarding lead must have oversight of all safeguarding activity carried on at the practice.

By the 10 June 2019 and then on the first working day of every month thereafter, commencing on 1 July 2019 the registered provider must update CQC in writing on the progress made against all risks identified in the CQC inspection of 21 May 2019 and set out in the letter of intent dated 23 May 2019.

Terms of this registration relating to carrying out this regulated activity

The registered provider must ensure that the regulated activity Surgical procedures is managed by an individual who is registered as a manager in respect of that activity at or from all locations.

Registered services

Diagnostic and screening procedures

Condition of this registration relating to carrying out this regulated activity

By the 10 June 2019 the registered provider must at all times while the regulated activities are carried on, have in place a senior and experienced medical practitioner, approved with the clinical commissioning group and NHS England, to ensure that clinical systems and processes are reviewed, updated and maintained in a manner that ensures the safety and welfare of patients.

By the 10 June 2019 the registered provider must ensure that general practitioners working at the practice, including partners on the General Medical Services contract and locum GPs, have in place effective supervision within the practice to provide assurance that risk to patients is minimised. Evidence of such supervision must be transparent and be clearly documented in a format that is meaningful and accessible.

By the 10 June 2019 the registered provider must have an effective system of nurse supervision, appraisal and clinical support. Evidence of such supervision, appraisal and support must be transparent and be clearly documented in a format that is meaningful and accessible. All nurses must have the required competence, training and recruitment checks in place and this must be monitored.

By the 10 June 2019 the registered provider must have in place experienced practice management support, to oversee and provide oversight for all practice functions.

By the 10 June 2019 the registered provider must ensure that safeguarding processes and procedures are fully reviewed, amended and implemented. All registers must be up-to-date and accurate and referrals made as appropriate. A qualified and competent safeguarding lead must have oversight of all safeguarding activity carried on at the practice.

By the 10 June 2019 and then on the first working day of every month thereafter, commencing on 1 July 2019 the registered provider must update CQC in writing on the progress made against all risks identified in the CQC inspection of 21 May 2019 and set out in the letter of intent dated 23 May 2019.

Terms of this registration relating to carrying out this regulated activity

The registered provider must ensure that the regulated activity Diagnostic and screening procedures is managed by an individual who is registered as a manager in respect of that activity at or from all locations.

Registered services