West London Mental Health Trust today celebrates being the first mental health trust to receive an accreditation by the London Ambulance Service for rolling out defibrillators across all of its services.
West London Mental Health Trust categorically refutes claims in the Independent on Sunday that Broadmoor Hospital’s security system is not fit for purpose, breaks down or is inoperable.
We will soon be carrying out a survey to find out what service users think about the care they receive. This is part of a national programme to improve quality of care and service users’ experiences.
Simba Kaseke, lead nurse at Hammersmith and Fulham, has been announced as London’s Mental Health Hero, following Deputy Prime Minister, Nick Clegg’s, national campaign to find unsung mental health heroes.
A team of staff from WLMHT and West Middlesex University Hospital have been working together to reduce frequent attenders to A&E.
It is categorically not the case that there is a £4 million capital estates and facilities overspend at Broadmoor Hospital as stated in today’s Independent on Sunday, 25 January 2015.
We are recruiting for a dementia research study.
The Rt Hon Norman Lamb MP, minister of state for care & support visited Hammersmith & Fulham yesterday to learn more about our crisis care work.
West London Mental Health NHS Trust is looking for a new chair to take over from Nigel McCorkell, who has announced his retirement after six years leading the board.
The next service user and carer forum for the trust will take place on Tuesday 13 January in Ealing.