Responding to the CQC’s state of care in mental health services 2014 to 2017 report, a spokesperson for West London Mental Health NHS Trust said:
“Although we were disappointed not to have improved our overall rating at our re-inspection, we were hugely encouraged that the CQC recognised a whole range of improvements including much improved incident reporting culture, positive medicines management and significantly reduced restrictive practices.
In its third episode last night, series two of the BBC documentary ‘Hospital’ shed light on individuals who present with mental health issues at A&E for the first time. ‘Hospital’ was first broadcast in January 2017 in partnership with Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust and documents the pressures faced by the NHS across all departments. […]
In a pioneering move, the West London Mental Health NHS Trust (WLMHT) has renewed their partnership with the West London Collaborative (WLC). The successful partnership will continue coproducing across the Trust and into the wider community for another three years. The announcement comes as the Trust marks Co-Production Week (03-07 July) and aims to grow […]
The Trust is deeply saddened to hear of the death of Countess Mountbatten of Burma, former trustee and tireless supporter of the Cassel Hospital charity, who has died aged 93.
West London Mental Health NHS Trust’s annual general meeting will be held on Wednesday 19 July from 6pm – 8pm at St Paul’s Church in Hammersmith, and gives staff, patients and carers, local organisations and members of the public a chance to hear about changes, improvements and achievements made by the trust.
A publication from NHS Providers titled “Provider Voices: Where Next for Commissioning?” has recently launched and features an interview with WLMHT’s Chief Executive Carolyn Regan.
Following the fire at Grenfell Tower in North Kensington, as well as the recent London attacks, we wanted to let people know how they can get help and support and share the advice NHS England has issued about coping with stress following a traumatic event.
In its first year, One You Ealing – a primary care physical health service delivered by West London Mental Health NHS Trust – has seen a stream of successes, which has included setting over 2,000 quit dates through its ‘Smokefree Ealing’ initiative.
In order to improve engagement between services users, carers and mental health professionals, West London Mental Health NHS Trust has committed to working closely in partnership with carers where possible and will implement the Carers Trust’s Triangle of Care.
A new 3-year Food and Drink Strategy has been developed to benefit all of the Trust’s service users, visitors and staff. The facilities team has worked alongside the dietetics service and catering contractor Outsourced Client Solutions (OCS), as well as service users and carers to promote healthier food choices.