The Leeds care homes rated 'inadequate' or 'needing improvement' by the CQC

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Saturday, 6th July 2019, 12:07 pm
These care homes in Leeds have received the bottom rankings from the CQC over the past year

These are the care homes in Leeds which the Care Quality Commission (CQC) have rated as either 'needs improvement' or 'inadequate' in the past year. You can see the full reports on the CQC website here.

Moorfield House, run by care Concern Yorkshire, was rated as "requires improvement" in a CQC report in June.
Owlett Hall between Drighligton and Gildersome was rated inadequate in a report published in June.
The Bupa-run care home was given a "requires improvement" rating in April.

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Burley House, run by Embracing Independent Lifestyles, was rated as "requires improvement" in August 2018.
Harewood Court on Harehills Lane, run by Solutions Ltd, was rated as "requires improvement" in December.
Simon Marks Court, run by Anchor Hanover Group, was rated as "requires improvement" in December.
United Response on St Albans Close was rated as "requires improvement" in May.
The CQC rated Gledhow Lodge as "requires improvement" in February.
Kirkside House, which is run by Cygnet Health Care, received a "requires improvement" rating in February.
The care home on Park Avenu, run by Villa Care, was rated as "requires improvement" in November.
Neighbours Park Avenue Care Home was also rated as "requires improvement" in February.
Run by S K Homes, Holmfield Court was rated as "requires improvement" in January.
Mulgrave, run by Camellia Care, was rated as "requires improvement" in December.
Stone Gables, run by Stone Gables Care, was rated as "inadequate" in April.
Colton Lodges, run by HC-One Oval, was rated as "requires improvement" in August.
The care centre run by Springfield Healthcare was rated as "requires improvement" at the end of July last year.
Donisthorpe, which is independently-run, was given a "requires improvement" rating in October.
The indepedently-run care home was given a "requires improvement" rating in November.