raised on another thread by @MEMarge. The CQC only deals with services in England but from briefly looking at their website the only ME/CFS service they seem to have inspected is Leeds which currently has an amber 'Requires Improvement' warning having been inspected in 2016. The various checks on 'Specific Services' seem to only cover mental illness services. http://www.cqc.org.uk/provider/RGD I'm not au fait with FOIs but maybe one which asked the CQC what checks have been made in England on the services specifically for ME/CFS particularly with regards to figures for those receiving CBT/GET as per the NICE guidelines. Other than Leeds, have any other inspections of other services for patients with ME/CFS either at 'specialist clinics' or through GPs been assessed? Have any attempts been made to assess the efficacy of these treatments as part of primary care? (I would have thought this would be something NICE should want to know as part of their guideline review(?)) I'm sure others will come up with other questions.