Help in a crisis during Coronavirus COVID-19 pandemic
During this COVID-19 pandemic there may have to be changes in the way some of our services work. Please contact the service directly to check how services are being delivered and follow their advice.
The national suspension on visiting inpatient areas has been lifted. Please contact the ward you wish to visit in advance for guidance and instructions for a safe visit.
If you need help in a mental health crisis during Coronavirus pandemic outside office hours please contact our crisis team: Help in a crisis
For other medical advice and support contact your your GP or visit NHS 111
Only visit your local Emergency Department for serious life-threatening conditions that need immediate medical attention including persistent severe chest pain, loss of consciousness, acute confused state, severe blood loss, serious burns, suspected stroke.
Safeguarding is everyone's business and Nottinghamshire Healthcare aims to uphold all adults' and children's fundamental right to be safe from harm and exploitation.
One of the fundamental responsibilities in providing quality healthcare services is to ensure that vulnerable people are protected whilst receiving care. This is an important responsibility for each member of staff, whatever their role, and for the Trust as a partner in the wider health and social care system.
The Trust has a responsibility to promote the safety and welfare of people and families who use our services, including tackling domestic violence and abuse.
The Trust has strategies in place to support its safeguarding priorities and every year it produces an annual report on its activity and achievements throughout the year.
The Trust is an active member of Nottingham City Safeguarding Adults Board and Safeguarding Children Board and Nottinghamshire Safeguarding Adults Board and Safeguarding Children Board. The role of the boards is to ensure that local services are effective and well coordinated and that there is continuous learning and improvement.
The team has recently created a video called Ask Me, which explains how we can support people to be open about their personal circumstances, which might affect their recovery.