This section contains surveys, reports and declarations about the performance of the Trust and how it monitors its services. It includes:
Quality Accounts are annual reports to the public from providers of NHS Healthcare services. They provide additional accountability about the quality of an organisation's services.
The Health Act 2009 requires all NHS organisations to publish annual Quality Accounts. Our Quality Accounts enable readers to find easily accessible information regarding what the Trust has done well in 2012/13, how we plan to improve, and what are priorities are for 2013/14.
If you would like to submit any feedback or comments, please contact Natasha Adams-Collman by 17th June, 2013 at the following e-mail address: firstname.lastname@example.org
Surveys of inpatient care - Care Quality Commission
This survey is not part of the Trust's publication scheme, it is highlighted elswhere on our website in the section About us, see Surveys of inpatient care.
It contains the Care Quality Commission (CQC) survey 2009; this benchmark report contains all scored results for South West London and St George's Mental Health NHS Trust, compared with all other trusts, for the mental health acute inpatient service users survey.
The Board receives an Integrated Quality and Performance Report at each Trust Board Meeting.
Copies of these reports can be found at Trust Board Meetings.
KPI Report 2nd Quarter 2009 to 2010 (PDF, 1.2 MB)
In July 2010 the Trust published a declaration about how the Board assures themselves that safeguarding arrangements are in place. The Trust Board continues to take its safeguarding children responsibilities very seriously. NHS London has requested an update on activity since the declaration.
Safeguarding Children Declaration Update July 2011 (PDF, 169 KB)
Safeguarding Children Declaration Update July 2010 (PDF , 41 KB)
New guidance regarding child mal treatment was published by National Institute for Clinical Excellence (NICE) in July 2009. All staff who have contact with children follow this guidance:
See the NICE Guidelines: When to suspect child maltreatment (opens in new window on NICE website)