These are the best and worst hospitals for urgent and emergency care in and around Leeds, according to the CQC

These are the best and worst hospitals for urgent and emergency care in and around Leeds, according to the Care Quality Commission.

Tuesday, 16th July 2019, 1:46 pm
These are the best and worst hospitals for urgent and emergency care in and around Leeds.

They are ranked in order from best to the ones that require improvement.

Leeds General Infirmary was rated as good for urgent and emergency services care by the CQC.
Bradford Royal Infirmary was rated as good for urgent and emergency services care by the CQC.
Harrogate District Hospital was rated as good for urgent and emergency services care by the CQC.

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Calderdale Royal Infirmary was rated as good for urgent and emergency services care by the CQC.
Huddersfield Royal Infirmary was rated as good for urgent and emergency services care by the CQC.
Pinderfields Hospital was rated as 'requires improvement' for urgent and emergency services care by the CQC.
St James's Hospital was rated as 'requires improvement' for urgent and emergency services care by the CQC.
Dewsbury and District Hospital was rated as 'requires improvement' for urgent and emergency services care by the CQC.
Pontefract Hospital was rated as 'requires improvement' for urgent and emergency services care by the CQC.