The Trust’s gender identity clinic is featured in the latest episode of Keeping Britain Alive on BBC2.
Carolyn Ann Gray and Elizabeth Rantzen have been appointed as non-executive directors of West London Mental Health NHS Trust.
In response to the National Institute for Health and Clinical Excellence (NICE) first good practice guidance on the subject, the Trust has developed a local medicines formulary.
Patient care will improve with fewer patients missing appointments and new patients getting faster treatment, thanks to the introduction of a text messaging service at the Trust.
Sir Peter Carr, Chairman of the NHS Trust Development Authority, paid the Trust a visit today.
Until 31 March 2013, you’ll have the chance to win one of five £50 high street vouchers for each new member you sign up using our special online form.
The Trust is carrying out a survey to find out what community mental health service users think about the care they receive.
An innovative programme, launched this month, will help mental health staff cope with job-related stress and it could improve patient care, reduce employee sickness absence and boost wellbeing and morale.
Nigel McCorkell has this month been reappointed Chairman of West London Mental Health NHS Trust for a further four years.
The Trust’s St Bernard’s site features in the latest episode of BBC2’s Great British Railway Journeys, presented by Michael Portillo.