Princess Alice Hospice received full marks in its latest Care Quality Commission (CQC) inspection.
The unannounced inspection took place on December 9 and the Esher hospice met the standards in the five inspected areas.
Organisations inspected by the CQC either meet standards, need action or enforcement action is taken.
Inspectors from the CQC looked at consent to care and treatment, meeting nutritional needs, cleanliness and infection control, requirements relating to workers and complaints during their visit.
Patients at the hospice, along with carers, family members and hospice staff were also spoken to.
In the report, which was released on January 7, inspectors said: “All the people we spoke with were very happy with the service. One person told us ‘The staff are marvellous, nothing is too much trouble for them’. Another person said ‘The staff listen to me and what I need, and that’s important to me’.”
The report also said infection control procedures were followed, all staff had a good knowledge of their roles and responsibilities and patients were protected from the risks of inadequate nutrition and dehydration.
Nicki Shaw, chief executive of Princess Alice Hospice, said: “We are absolutely delighted to receive such a glowing report from the CQC.
“We always strive to deliver high quality specialist care and support to our patients and their families and so it is always welcomed to receive endorsement for our standards.
“It is thanks to the continued efforts of our staff and volunteers, who are committed to providing high quality care and support to patients and their families, that we have received such a positive report.”
To read the report, visit cqc.org.uk/directory/1-101728227.