The Trust is part of an innovative public and voluntary sector partnership, which has been awarded over £1million in funding from the South Yorkshire and Bassetlaw Integrated Care System to deliver an exciting new service.
The Trust's Oral Health Promotion team has been selected as a finalist in the Best Community Initiatives category of the national Oral Health Awards 2019.
Nottingham City Council and Nottinghamshire Healthcare would like to invite mental health partners, service users, families and carers to join us in developing a collaborative approach to mental ill health prevention.
The way some Nottinghamshire Healthcare Adult Mental Health (AMH) patients are treated, known as a pathway, has been acknowledged as national best practice. It is helping to prevent unnecessary hospital admissions. A clinical pathway is a way of setting out a process of best practice to be followed in the treatment of a patient or client with a particular condition or with particular needs.
Today is International Development Language Disorder (DLD) Awareness Day and the Trust’s Children’s Speech and Language Therapy Service are raising awareness to spread the word about DLD so you and your family can get the right help they need.
The Trust's Street Triage Team is being extended to help more people in mental health crisis when they need it.