Blind Veterans UK Brighton centre awarded ‘excellence’ in care services

Date
10 October 2012 12:03

At Blind Veterans UK we pride ourselves on being a quality welfare organisation and we are delighted to have been awarded a status of excellence for our nursing care services at our Brighton centre.

The review was compiled by Brighton & Hove City Council and NHS Brighton & Hove, who regularly review the quality of care homes within the city.

Image of the Brighton Centre

Our Brighton centre is registered with the Care Quality Commission (CQC) which is an independent organisation that
measures care services against essential standards of safety and quality. As our Brighton centre combines care services with nursing it also underwent a report which was compiled by the Clinical Quality Review Nurse (CQRN).

Blind Veterans UK nurse

The CQRN has the option of awarding a star rating and we are delighted to have been awarded the maximum three star rating which represents a standard of excellence. The CQRN met with various members of staff and visitors at our Brighton centre, so the rating is a strong reflection on all members of our team located at the Brighton centre.

Congratulations to everyone at the Blind Veterans UK Brighton centre on this fantastic achievement!