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Care Quality Commission

Meltham Group Practice

CQC overall rating


7 September 2016

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NHS Constitution

The NHS constitution for England is a formal constitution which, in one document, intends to lay down the objectives of the National Health Service, the rights and responsibilities of the various parties involved in health care, (patients, staff, trust boards) and the guiding principles which govern the service.

Please find the link below to the NHS Constitution:

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