A project to support people with mental health problems from the deprived White City estate has been praised by participants.
Staff were rewarded for their outstanding achievements at the ninth annual Quality Awards ceremony.
Everyone is welcome to visit the Broad Horizons Patient shop from Broadmoor which will be setting up a pop-up shop at the West London Mental Health Trust headquarters at Armstrong Way, UB2 4SA and on Tuesday 10 December 2013 from 1000 to 1500hrs
West London Mental Health Trust (WLMHT) staff are calling for donations to a Christmas hamper appeal this Thursday 5 December. The trust’s Ealing Crisis Resolution and Home Treatment Team (CRHT) are working with the Acton Food Bank service to help people in need over the Christmas period with basic provisions irrespective of their faith.
West London mental health trust hosted a visit from 18 Chinese mental health medics over two days this week as they visited the English NHS on a government education mission to share best practice in mental health care.
Not only are the Broadmoor Hospital redevelopment team on target to complete the A3095 new road works on time, but they’ve also scooped a prestigious green apple award for the project. In conjunction with contractors Balfour Beatty, the team picked up a silver award at a special ceremony held at the House of Commons on […]
After extensive consultation with clinicians and key Trust staff West London Mental Health Trust (WLMHT) has announced their preferred supplier to deliver the best possible electronic patient record solution for the trust is CSE Healthcare Systems Ltd (CSE).
Hounslow mental health services have been given the thumbs up by The Royal College of Psychiatrists who gave the highest level of accreditation to wards at Lakeside Mental Health Unit last week.
Trust staff and service users raised nearly £800 on World Mental Health Day through a series of pop-up cake shops.
October 10th is World Mental Health Day and the theme for 2013 is mental health in older adults. West London Mental Health Trust and Imperial College are leading on a ground-breaking national study to identify the causes of dementia and how it can be prevented.