OSJCT achieves 100% Good rating across Oxfordshire services


The Orders of St John Care Trust (OSJCT) has achieved Good CQC ratings across its 31 care homes and extra care housing services in Oxfordshire.

The not for profit provider reached the milestone this month after its Larkrise Care Centre in Banbury was rated Good by the CQC following an inspection in August.

Patsy Just, Assistant Operations Director for Oxfordshire, said: “As the regional head I am delighted by this recognition and thankful for all the hard work delivered by our colleagues in Oxfordshire to ensure this independently endorsed success across the region. The knowledge that our residents and clients are happy and receiving the best possible care with individual needs being met is a testament to the values and ethos of the Trust and the hard work of all the teams.”

Lucy Holl, Trust Operations Director, added: “To achieve a 100% Good rating in the county of Oxfordshire across a total of 31 homes (includes extra care housing) is an exceptional achievement. It reflects the dedication of our employees to our residents and their work as a cohesive deliverable team, which is led and supported by a strong management side.”

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