Sheffield Childrens NHS Foundation Trust

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Information about Our Regulators


As a foundation trust we are directly accountable to Parliament for the services we provide.

However there are some regulators who ensure we can continue to provide those services in a safe and sustainable way.

Our main regulators are the Care Quality Commission and Monitor. In addition, as with all employers, we are inspected from time to time by bodies such as the Health and Safety Executive.

There are also other bodies that ensure we are fit to do some specific activities. 

Care Quality Commission

The quality of the services we provide is regulated by the Care Quality Commission. Recent inspection reports include:

CQC Inspection, May 2014 (PDF)
CQC Inspection, November 2012
CQC Inspection (Mental Health Act), The Becton Centre, February 2012 (PDF)
CQC Inspection, November 2011 (PDF)


Our governance structure and procedure and the way we financially manage our business are regulated by Monitor.

Monitor was established in January 2004 to authorise and regulate NHS foundation trusts. It is independent of central government and directly accountable to Parliament.

Statutory declarations

We are required to make certain statutory declarations which must be publicly available. You can view these, along with various other reports and reviews, on the statutory declarations page.

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