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CQC Infection Control

Updated on 19 February 2015, 772 views

There have been a lot of "urban myths" floating around over the past few years about what CQC will mean for practices such as practices having to remove any toys from waiting rooms and replacing all their carpets. These aren't true but there is a need for practices to be compliant with new regulations which now apply to General Practices. There 2 documents worth reading as they are the ones practices will be assessed against by CQC.

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