Number of CQC registered services
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This report forms part of a suite of reports focusing on local intelligence and demand. The report shows the number and type of CQC registered services in your selected region and/or local authority area.

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Source: List of CQC regulated services, social care organisations only, January 2018
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TypeNumber of CQC services
Acute services with overnight beds1
Acute services without overnight beds1
Hospice services9
Residential substance misuse treatment or rehabilitation service9
Long term conditions services10
Community services for people who misuse substances26
Community services for people with mental health needs29
Community healthcare service60
Specialist college service60
Community services for people with a learning disability63
Shared Lives133
Community health care nurses agency195
Rehabilitation services447
Extra care housing services524
Supported living service1,799
Care home services with nursing4,427
Domiciliary care service8,919
Care home services without nursing11,781
What is this telling me?
This dashboard shows the number of social care organisations regulated by the Care Quality Commission (CQC). The majority of regulated activity is provided by care homes with or without nursing and domiciliary care.
For more information about how the CQC uses NMDS-SC data across the adult social care sector please view this infographic.
* Hospital for people with mental health needs, learning disabilities and problems with substance misuse
What resources can help me?
Please see the Workforce Intelligence website for the latest resources and publications.
Care Improvement Works is an online resource organised entirely around the Care Quality Commission's five questions and key lines of enquiry (KLOEs). Visitor to the portal can build an email full of helpful links to free resources.
Skills for Care's Recommendations for CQC providers guide is a comprehensive online resource to help CQC regulated providers understand how heir products and services can help. The guide is divided into 7 sections and focuses entirely on workforce development.
The CQC website provides detailed information from CQC inspections of care services in England, you can find the reports on their directory.
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