Our annual general meeting (AGM) is taking place on 24 September at the University of West London’s Ealing campus. Come along to find out what’s been happening at West London Mental Health NHS Trust over the past 12 months and learn about our plans for the future of mental health care over the coming year. […]
West London Mental Health NHS Trust has today been rated as ‘requires improvement’ overall by the Care Quality Commission, but ‘outstanding’ or ‘good’ for having ‘caring’ and ‘responsive’ staff.
West London Mental Health NHS Trust’s forensic services is hosting a recruitment day for nurses of all bands, ward managers, occupational therapists and security liaison nurses.
Residents around Owlsmoor / Sandhurst may have noticed problems with the Broadmoor Hospital sirens. We are aware of these issues and are working hard to fix them as soon as possible.
West London Mental Health Trust is changing local mental health services to make them more responsive and easier to access.
A new fact book published today highlights the significant impact of mental health problems for people across London.
Residents of Ealing will benefit from a pioneering health and social care service that aims to help people avoid unnecessary hospital admission and support people to return home after a hospital stay. The new integrated health and social care service will be provided by a group led by the West London Mental Health NHS Trust. […]
The Care Quality Commission has praised the mental health care provided by an Ealing doctor’s surgery, with the help of WLMHT – as ‘outstanding.’
Mott House, a specialist rehabilitation service for people recovering from mental health problems has received a national accreditation.
A project by Smokefree Ealing to help people who use the drug Khat has been featured as a case study of best-practice by the international media. Since Khat was banned as an illegal class C drug in June 2014, the team at Smokefree Ealing has done extensive work to help people who were previously using the drug. Using a […]