The Minster Grange Care Home in York received an overall rating of inadequate by the Care Quality Commission (CQC) following unannounced visits in November last year. The inspectors raised concerns about the safety and quality of care at the home, stating that residents were at risk of avoidable harm. The report highlighted issues such as insufficient staffing levels, inadequate management, and unsafe management of medicines. Despite some positive feedback about the caring and friendly attitude of the staff, the overall rating was deemed inadequate. The care home is set to close on January 12, 2024, with residents and team members being given the opportunity to relocate to other nearby homes run by the same care group. The full report from the CQC inspection can be found on their website.
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