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South Leicestershire Medical Group and Patient Participation Group

23rd May 2023 | Community, Health

Since the Care Quality Commission Inspection (CQC) April 2022, SLMG has made many improvements to ensure that it delivers high quality services to people. The practice recognised that some patients felt their experiences were falling short of the services they deserve. Feedback has been listened to and has helped to drive forward many improvements. It is important to note that the Integrated Care Board are supporting and monitoring a (QIP) for SLMG which was developed using the findings of the inspection. The QIP is reviewed and updated regularly using a risk assessment tool to assess priority actions needed.  The CQC will arrange a visit to SLMG in the future to carry out a targeted inspection of the areas raised.

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Dear Editor - May '23. SMLG

23rd May 2023 | Letters

From reading their website “SLMG welcomed the Care Quality Commission (CQC) Inspection Team to the practice (exactly a year ago) on Thursday 28 April 2022. We were open and honest and value their comments and advice. The CQC regulates all health and social care services in England to ensure the quality and safety in all hospitals, GP Surgeries, Care Homes, Dentists, Community Care and Domiciliary Care Services. Due to the pandemic most CQC inspections had been postponed.

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State duties for local Scouts

22nd May 2023 | Clubs and Societies

The Scout Association hold a close and historical relationship with the royal family, to which all members of the movement make a promise when joining to do their duty to the king. Few opportunities exist to fulfil that duty but this weekend scouts from Kibworth and across the Harborough district were able to just that.

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Mowsley celebrates the coronation

22nd May 2023 | Community

When it comes to bunting you cannot beat Mowsley! Villagers made yet more bunting which decorated most of the Village, especially the centre and the village hall. This was where the celebrations of a barbeque and band on the Saturday evening and a street lunch, Coronation Cake competition and Maypole dancing on the Sunday took place. There was a monster raffle as well with the proceeds donated to charity.

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