The CQC is the independent regulator of health and adult social care in England. Their role is to ensure that hospitals and other healthcare providers deliver services that are safe, effective, caring, responsive, and well-led.

Overall Trust rating

On 12 June 2019 the CQC published the following reports:

  • Inspection Report for King’s College Hospital NHS Foundation Trust
  • NHS Improvement Use of Resources for King’s College Hospital NHS Foundation Trust

The CQC inspections and interviews took place between 30 January 2019 and 21 February 2019.

The overall rating for the Trust remains Requires Improvement.

For full details see the CQC website

King’s College Hospital NHS Foundation Trust rating

CQC overall rating: Requires Improvement

Inspection report published: 12 June 2019

See the report

Hospital ratings

Each of our hospitals also have their own individual rating.

Princess Royal University Hospital

CQC overall rating: Requires Improvement

Inspection report published: 12 June 2019

See the report

Orpington Hospital

CQC overall rating: Requires Improvement

Inspection report published:  09 September 2022

See the report

King’s College Hospital

CQC overall rating: Requires Improvement

Inspection report published: 12 June 2019

See the report

Urgent and Emergency Services

Princess Royal University Hospital

CQC overall rating: Requires Improvement

Inspection report published: 11 August 2021

See the report

King’s College Hospital

CQC overall rating: Requires Improvement

Inspection report published: 30 September 2021

See the report