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.

Services at Rampton

The Hospital provides quality services for approximately 340 patients requiring care and treatment in conditions of high security, through five clinical services. Click the tabs below for more informaiton on each service.        

Three of these are national services; the sole providers of high secure care for women, deaf men, and men with a learning disability, in the country.

All services deliver treatment consisting of evidence based psychological interventions provided within a framework of individualised, needs-led and consistent multi disciplinary care. 

The five clinical services are supported by:

  • Therapies and Education Department;
  • Forensic Security Service;
  • Physical Healthcare Service including additional healthcare such as dentistry and physiotherapy.

High Secure Mental Health Service

Rampton Hospital reception We are the largest inpatient service at Rampton Hospital.

We offer a range of services for men including intensive care, admission/assessment, treatment and pre-discharge.

Our clinical teams encourage patient engagement and promote the principles of recovery.

 

Help in a crisis

Main Switchboard: 01777 248 321

Adele Fox
Head of Clinical Operations

Tel: 01777 247299
Email: adele.fox@nottshc.nhs.uk



Healthcare professionals

How to refer someone to this service

Please refer via written referral to the Clinical Director.

 

Lead clinician

Dr John Wallace, Clinical Director

 

Service commissioned by

NHS England, Midlands and East (East Midlands Hub)

National High Secure Deaf Service

We are the only provider of High Secure Deaf Services in England and Wales.

We provide assessment, treatment and rehabilitation for deaf male patients who have a range of conditions including mental illness, and/or personality disorder, and/or a learning disability. 
 
We offer specialist expertise within a multi-disciplinary clinical team and aim to enhance engagement with the patients and maximise their skills for re-entering the world of hearing.

We use of a range of communication methods including British Sign Language (BSL), Sign Supported English, Makaton and other forms of sign language.

 

Rampton Hospital was recently inspected by the CQC and they have produced a BSL version of their report.

 

Positive mosaic artwork at Rampton Hospital

Help in a crisis

Main Switchboard: 01777 248 321

Adele Fox
Head of Clinical Operations

Tel: 01777 247299
Email: adele.fox@nottshc.nhs.uk

 

Health professionals

How to refer someone to this service

Please refer via written referral to the Clinical Director.

 

Lead clinician

Dr Manjit Gahir, Clinical Director

 

Service commissioned by

NHS England, Midlands and East (East Midlands Hub)

National High Secure Learning Disability Service

Exterior of the David Wilson Unit We are the only provider of High Secure Forensic Services for men with a Learning Disability in England and Wales.  

We are based in the David Wilson Unit at Rampton Hospital. The dedicated Unit has 54 beds across four wards, a separate day centre, outside horticulture and leisure facilities. Our patients can also access the main facilities within the wider Hospital.

In addition to a learning disability, our patients may also have a mental health problem and/or a personality disorder.

Our clinical teams encourage patient engagement and promote the principles of recovery.

Rampton    Rampton community area    Rampton bedrooms  

 

Help in a crisis

Main switchboard: 01777 248 321

Adele Fox
Head of Clinical Operations

Tel: 01777 247299
Email:  adele.fox@nottshc.nhs.uk

 

Information for health professionals

How to refer someone to this service

Please refer via written referral to the Clinical Director.

 

Lead clinician

Dr John Wallace, Clinical Director

 

Service commissioned by

NHS England, Midlands and East (East Midlands Hub) 

National High Secure Healthcare Service for Women

Exterior view of the Women's Service at Rampton Hospital

We are the national provider for women requiring high secure care.

We offer assessment and treatment to patients with a learning disability, mental illness or personality disorder.

We are based in our own building at Rampton Hospital and provide a gender-sensitive service while working to progress our patients towards recovery.  

 

Recovery artwork in Women's service at Rampton Hospital

 

Help in a crisis

Main Switchboard: 01777 248 321

Adele Fox

 

Head of Clinical Operations

Tel: 01777 247299

Email: adele.fox@nottshc.nhs.uk

 

Information for health professionals

How to refer someone to this service

Please refer via written referral to the Clinical Director.


Lead clinician

Dr John Wallace, Clinical Director

 

Service commissioned by

NHS England, Midlands and East (East Midlands Hub)

Men's Personality Disorder Service

The Peaks Unit - exterior view

We assess and treat male offenders who have been diagnosed with personality disorder as part of the National Offender Personality Disorder Pathway.

The service is based within its own unit at Rampton Hospital which is supported by a Central Resource Building offering space for a range of treatment and therapies as part of each patient's care pathway. The service also has its own Therapies and Education Department, providing education, occupational therapy and a healthy lifestyle programme.

The service aims to help individuals engage in their recovery journey, offer a safe environment which understands trauma histories, reduce offending and build a rewarding life.

 

The following audio describes how a patient used therapy to move forward.

 

Contact us

Men's Personality Disorder Service
Rampton Hospital
Woodbeck
Retford
Nottinghamshire
DN22 0PD

Tel: 01777 248 321

 

The gym in The Peaks Unit

Help in a crisis

Main Switchboard: 01777 248 321

Adele Fox
Head of Clinical Operations

Tel: 01777 247299
Email: adele.fox@nottshc.nhs.uk

 

Information for health professionals

How to refer someone to this service

Please refer via written referral to the Clinical Director.

 

Lead clinician

Dr John Wallace, Clinical Director

 

Service commissioned by

NHS England, Midlands and East (East Midlands Hub)

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