David Probert, chief executive of Moorfields Eye Hospital, said:
“We are delighted that the effectiveness of our services has been recognised as being outstanding, and that inspectors observed this high level of care and expertise during their visits.
“This achievement is thanks to the dedication and commitment of our workforce at all levels – from doctors, nurses and allied health professionals to our administrative and clerical teams – who strive to improve and innovate in order to provide the compassionate care recognised in the CQC’s report.”
Professor Ted Baker, chief inspector of hospitals, said:
“Moorfields Eye Hospital NHS Foundation Trust has a worldwide reputation for its services and research work. The trust had an experienced leadership team with the skills, abilities, and commitment to provide high-quality services.”
Read the full report from the CQC.