The Care Quality Commission regulates health and social care services in England, whether they're provided by the NHS, local authorities, private companies or voluntary organisations. They also protect the rights of people detained under the Mental Health Act.

The Care Quality Commission makes sure that essential common quality standards are being met where care is provided. This is undertaken by analysing and inspecting services, by asking providers to assess themselves and by collecting information to help the Commission monitor how they are performing.

If there is evidence of a serious and urgent problem that is putting people at risk, they will investigate and take immediate action where necessary.

Benenden Hospital is regulated by and co-operates fully with all the actions that the Care Quality Commission in accordance with the Care Standards Act 2000.

Please click on the following link to view a copy of the Current Inspection Report.

You can visit the Care Quality Commission website at

Get in touch with Benenden Hospital

You can access treatment in a number of ways, as a self-paying or privately insured patient, a Benenden member, or as an NHS patient. In all cases, you just need to ask your GP to refer you to Benenden Hospital. For general enquiries, contact us below.