Delphi Medical’s The Pavilion drug and alcohol treatment centre has received a ‘Good’ rating from the Care Quality Commission (CQC).
This is the first year that providers of drug and alcohol support have been graded by the CQC, and staff at The Pavilion, Lancaster, are delighted to have been rated ‘Good’ on their first time.
The report published by the CQC praised the team for ensuring that all clients were supported during their stay at The Pavilion, were treated with dignity, respect and compassion, and were provided with extensive support following discharge through a weekly aftercare group.
The CQC also highlighted the staff’s commitment to working closely with other agencies, such as GPs, commissioners and the Police.
Sean Callaghan, Integrated Service Manager for The Pavilion, said:
“We’re delighted that we have received such a positive rating from the CQC. This would not have been possible without the hard work and dedication of everyone in our team.
“The rating accurately reflects the passion each and every one of our staff members puts into the care that they deliver for our patients.”
Delivered by Delphi Medical, The Pavilion provides a safe and effective in-patient detox from both drugs and alcohol through medically assisted withdrawal.
For more information, visit delphipavilion.co.uk