Registered providers or managers have five working days to make written representations about a warning notice issued to them.

They also have 10 working days to challenge the factual accuracy of the report which led to the CQC's judgement to issue a warning notice.

These two processes run parallel with each other.

If the representations are not upheld, the CQC will make public the fact that a  warning notice has been issued to an organisation.release and in the relevant review of compliance report.

For a copy of the Warning Notice Representations form Click Here.

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