We are transforming the services we offer west Londoners in line with the Prime Minister’s pledge, and with financial support from local clinical commissioning groups.
Each year, we take part in the Care Quality Commission’s (CQC) national community mental health survey. The CQC collects information from people who use our adult community mental health services and we use the feedback we receive to inform improvements to our work. If you are over 18 and used our services between 1 September and 30 […]
We have agreed to build a new place of safety suite at Lakeside Mental Health Unit to improve the environment for people being assessed under section 136 of the Mental Health Act.
The trust’s forensic services at St Bernard’s Hospital have gone smoke-free from today (4 January). Local services inpatient and community sites will be going smoke-free next week, on Monday 11 January, which means tobacco products can no longer be used on any of our sites. This includes all of our wards, grounds, and vehicles. Patients will […]
Staff and patients at Lakeside Mental Health Unit joined together on Wednesday 16 December to celebrate the festive season with a host of activities at their Christmas fair.
Edward Vandi, nurse and team leader at Broadmoor Hospital, was named Nurse of the Year at last night’s Nursing Times Awards.
The winners of the 2015 Quality Awards were announced last night (3 December) at a special ceremony, hosted by director of nursing Beverley Murphy.
More than 80 people took part in a lively, interactive workshop at Ealing Town Hall to help redesign services by testing out how mental health workers should best respond in different crisis scenarios.
West London Mental Health Trust has received a certificate for ‘Outstanding Achievement in Core Skills Compliance’, due to our high levels of compliance for statutory and mandatory training. Ali Webster, head of staff development, attended the core skills annual conference on Tuesday 24 November to receive the award. It was also revealed that we are now […]
Oxhealth infrared cameras in Broadmoor Hospital helped keep patients safe and freed up valuable staff time.