AJM Healthcare has been re-accredited by the Community Equipment Code of Practice Scheme (CECOPS) for maintaining quality standards.
The news follows an assessment of the company’s North West London wheelchair service contract, which covers Barnet, Brent, Central London, Ealing, Hammersmith and Fulham, and West London CCG areas.
CECOPS Community Interest Company is a user-led, independent certification and standards body, which aims to raise the standard of all assistive technology services; community equipment, wheelchair and seating services, telecare, telehealth and communication aids across the UK, and beyond.
AJM said the re-accreditation has underlined its continuing assurance of quality and standards, not only for our North West London services, but for all of our services nationwide.
Stephen Peck, managing director at AJM Healthcare, said, “Retaining the North West London CECOPS accreditation for a further three years highlights the great service that the team in Park Royal continues to deliver.”
A quote from the audit reads: “The commissioner is very proud of the joint work with the service provider and service user forum which results in improvements to service delivery, to better meet service users’ needs. The members of the forum are satisfied that AJM listens and responds and is constructively working with service users to improve the service. Staff involvement in the forum was commended.”