Cambridgeshire Community Services NHS Trust delivers services across Bedfordshire and Luton
Cambridgeshire Community Services NHS Trust, which delivers children and young people’s community services across Luton and Bedfordshire, and adult community services across Luton, has been awarded the highest rating by the Care Quality Commission; the independent regulator of health services across England.
Anita Pisani, the Trust’s deputy chief executive and executive director for services delivered across Bedfordshire and Luton, said:
“I am incredibly proud that the Care Quality Commission has rated our Trust ‘Outstanding’.
“This rating reflects the dedication demonstrated by our staff on a daily basis, and I am so pleased that their passion for delivering the very best services to our residents, including those across Bedfordshire and Luton has been recognised in this way.”
Responding to the Care Quality Commission’s rating, Simon Harwin, service director for Bedfordshire and Luton Children Services said:
“Having recently joined the Trust, I have been astounded by the level of innovation underway and the sheer commitment from staff to delivering the very best outcomes for local children and young people.
“I look forward to continuing to work with staff and families across Bedfordshire and Luton to build on this fantastic achievement.”
The Care Quality Commission’s ratings for the five specific areas assessed are as follows:
The Care Quality Commission’s ratings for specific services are as follows: