Some North East care homes are currently rated as inadequate or require improvement following reports from the Care Quality Commission.
The CQC check how safe, effective, caring, responsive and well-led care homes are, giving each area a rating and then the care home an overall rating.
These are the care homes in and around South Tyneside which currently have an inadequate or requires improvement rating.
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In some cases improvements may have been made ahead of their next CQC inspection.
1. Some care homes in Newcastle have been given 'inadequate' or 'requires improvement' ratings.
Some care homes in Newcastle have been given 'inadequate' or 'requires improvement' ratings. Photo: Google/Photojoiner
2. Bowland Lodge
Bowland Lodge on Western Avenue was rated as inadequate following an inspecton in January 2023. Photo: Google
3. Ella McCambridge Care Home
Ella McCambridge Care Home was rated as inadequate following an inspection in January 2023. Photo: Google
4. Astell Care Centre
Astell Care Centre in Walker was told it requires improvement following an inspection in March 2023. Photo: Google