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Trust rated highest for quality of care by staff

18 Feb 2020

This year’s staff survey results rank West London NHS Trust highest among mental health and community Trusts for the quality of care we deliver. A total of 1,935 (55%) staff members completed the survey, with headline results showing that: Among combined mental health, learning disability and community Trusts, we are ranked the highest in: Quality […]

Perinatal service share new video in shopping centre roadshow

08 Jan 2020

Our perinatal services are among the busiest in the UK. Referral rates in Hounslow is one of the highest in London and with increased access to services as well as excellent pathways towards recovery, mothers and their families benefit and they look forward to brighter long-term futures. As a way of expanding their services further, the perinatal team have bolstered their publicity efforts […]

New Broadmoor Hospital opens

16 Dec 2019

The new Broadmoor Hospital is open, more than 150 years after the original, world-renowned hospital was founded. Patients and staff have moved into the new, state-of-the-art facility which replaces the old hospital, most of whose buildings pre-date the foundation of the NHS. Located in the existing grounds to the east of the old site, the new hospital […]

False alarm at Broadmoor Hospital

05 Dec 2019

We would like to reassure residents in Crowthorne and surrounding areas that there is no cause for concern after a siren sounded at Broadmoor Hospital this morning (Thursday 5 December). The old siren system at Broadmoor Hospital was accidentally activated which caused the siren to sound at 7am. The system was manually deactivated at 7.35am. […]

Jeffrey joins Finance after successful Project Choice work experience

18 Nov 2019

At West London NHS Trust, we are proud of the Project Choice work experience scheme, in partnership with Belvue College, which gives students with additional needs an opportunity to gain employability skills in the NHS. The first set of students graduated last summer and one of them, Jeffrey, who worked in the Finance department during […]

West London NHS Trust involved in life-changing smear test research

05 Nov 2019

West London NHS Trust has played a significant role in a ground-breaking research project which aims to help tackle the anxiety about having a smear test, among women who’ve experienced trauma or who have mental health conditions. The research was conducted by Frédérique Lamontagne-Godwin, a PhD student on an Allied Health Scholarship at University of West […]

Ealing Community Partners opens new helpline

04 Nov 2019

Ealing Community Partners’ new Single Point of Access for all adult community health services in Ealing opens as of Monday 4 November. It will operate 24 hours a day, seven days a week. The referral hub will mean that all community health services in Ealing should be accessed via a single phone number and emailed […]

Neil Ragoobar is featured in The Sun – 25 October

25 Oct 2019

Neil Ragoobar, our Service Director in Men’s and Medium Secure Services, is featured in today’s The Sun newspaper (Friday 25 October). The feature highlights opportunities for nurses in the NHS. Neil is a prime example of how you can thrive in the NHS, having started as a student nurse at West London over 20 years ago. “My […]

Residents in west London take part in mental health awareness walk for World Mental Health Day

15 Oct 2019

West London NHS Trust, in partnership with Brentford FC Community Sports Trust, screened the documentary ‘Evelyn’ last Sunday (13 October) at the Musical Museum in Brentford followed by a 5km mental health awareness walk along the River Thames. Evelyn is a poignant film about how a family pick up the pieces after their son and […]

CAMHS/ESCAN receive visit from Lumos charity and Kenyan government

15 Oct 2019

On Tuesday 24 September, Catherine Sholl, Consultant and Team Manager for CAMHS/ESCAN, colleagues from the service (Dan Brennan, Sally Morgan and Michael Bonello) and a parent of two children with autism (Pat Nekati) were visited by the Lumos charity and the Kenyan government. Lumos was set up by JK Rowling with the aim of ending […]