A guide for our patients about Revalidation - working with your hospice doctors to ensure the quality of our patient care.
All doctors are required by the General Medical Council to demonstrate that they are providing good care for their patients in order to maintain their registered license to practice in the UK. This process is called Revalidation and as a patient under the care of the hospice you play an important part.
If you have been asked for feedback about the care and treatment you've received from your doctor, please do try to take part - your views do make a difference. Your doctor wants to know what you think as your feedback helps them look at how they can improve the care they give but also highlights and reinforces what they are doing well. This process is done anonymously and no identifiable information about you should be collected.
Please click on the and expand the series of questions below for more information.