UK Government Health Commission Rates Tavistock Gender Clinic as ‘Inadequate’

The Tavistock and Portman NHS Foundation Trust building in London, England. | YouTube/Sky News

The United Kingdom’s National Health Service’s Care Quality Commission has rated a much-scrutinized gender clinic as “inadequate,” the lowest possible rating.

The CQC enforced action against Tavistock and Portman NHS foundation trust in November upon completion of an inspection and found that the facility had “overwhelming caseloads, deficient record-keeping and poor leadership,” according to The Guardian.

Amid whistleblower advocacy and concerned former staff who have spoken out about how young patients were being rushed into medicalized gender-transitioning, the Tavistock clinic has faced heightened scrutiny in recent years, particularly as skyrocketing rates of minor girls have been referred to the service.

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SOURCE: Christian Post, Brandon Showalter