Quality Assurance and Control

Quality Assurance & Control

We take pride in ensuring we adhere to the highest standards of care and quality control.

The Care Quality Commission (CQC) was established by the Health & Social Care Act 2008 in order to regulate all health and adult social care services. The Cadogan Clinic takes care to meet all national standards as prescribed by the CQC. You can find a link to our latest report below.

Only the very best, fully qualified medical staff.

Our external Medical Advisory Committee has been specifically established to monitor and maintain the quality of medical services provided at the clinic, as well as review all consultant applications wishing to practice with us.

We also insist that all medical professionals who practice at the Cadogan Clinic are registered with the General Medical Council (GMC), as well as their relevant specialist registers. To improve practice performance, each consultant undergoes an annual appraisal, whilst full GMC Re-validation every five years ensures they remain fit to practice. To find out more, click here.

Infection & Risk Control

As a day case clinic one of the many benefits is patient infection is significantly reduced as the patient is not expose to cross-infection (i.e. MRSA and clostridium difficile).


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