Women in Ealing, Hammersmith & Fulham and Hounslow will have better access to mental health care during pregnancy and after birth thanks to a new £1 million investment in perinatal mental health services at West London Mental Health Trust
Results show that staff satisfaction at the trust has improved since 2014.
Suzanne McMillan, head of inpatient care at West London Mental Health Trust, will be presenting at the ‘Mental Health Crisis Care Concordat’ on Thursday 25 February 2016.
The circuit which provides network coverage to both Glenthorne Road & Greyhound Road is down.
All phone lines into West London Mental Health NHS Trust are now working, following an earlier technical issue. We apologise for any inconvenience this temporary fault may have caused.
West London Mental Health Trust will be launching a new perinatal service at the end of February, to provide women with better access to mental health care during pregnancy and after birth.
West Londoners are set to receive better mental health services from March 2016 in line with recommendations in today’s national Mental Health Taskforce Report.
At ‘Shaping the future of personality disorder services’ on Friday 12 February 2016, the country’s top experts in the field of personality disorder will meet at the Cassel Hospital in Richmond.
From Monday 8 February 2016, the trust will be piloting a nurse-led out of hours liaison service for our Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services (CAMHS).
West London Mental Health Trust is launching an exciting new training pathway for healthcare assistants (HCAs), which will enable them to develop their careers by learning more nursing skills.