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The MDU has a range of available resources that can guide you through the medico-legal aspects of CQC compliance.
We have published a number of articles on our website which will help you prepare for a CQC inspection and we are happy to provide practices with individual medico-legal advice in helping them to prepare.
We can also advise you on drawing up an action plan, commenting on a draft inspection report or if you wish to challenge a report. Reports are made public and if there is media interest in an adverse finding our press office can advise you on responding to journalists.
For any queries about CQC compliance, call our 24-hour medico-legal advice line which is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
Discover our free podcasts such as medical records, changes to employment law and confidentiality and the police.
If your practice has two or more MDU GPs* you could set up a GROUPCARE scheme absolutely FREE and enjoy even more exclusive member benefits
Take advantage of free practice based training seminars – delivered by your local GP liaison manager on key topics such as Handling Complaints and Introduction to Health and Safety.
These on-site seminars are designed for all practice staff and are highly interactive, at a time to suit you.
GROUPCARE PLUS and PREMIUM scheme members can access the Peninsula 24-hour health & safety advice line - completely free, consisting of a help desk available to you 24/7, providing instant guidance in resolving all kinds of health & safety issues.
Access the Peninsula 24-hour employment law advice line, free of charge.
PREMIUM members have access to the Employwise website, which provides a secure database system for storing information.
Book a free risk assessment that focuses on health and safety risks around the practice. Your local GP liaison manager will carry out a thorough risk assessment of the practice and provide a full report. To book a risk assessment, contact your local GP liaison manager.
You can find out how to set up a GROUPCARE scheme on our GROUPCARE website.
* Excluding GP locums, GPSTs and trust indemnified GPs.
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