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Whichever area of our service you access you can expect a high level of quality and support. We offer care in lots of ways including on wards, in the community and in social care settings. Our aim is always to treat you as close as is possible to your own home.
Telephone: 01274 321 911
Champions show the way provides a range of interesting, sociable activities led by dedicated volunteer community health champions.
Our child and adolescent mental health service (CAMHS) help children and young people in the local area who may be having problems.
Our children’s services in Bradford provides a streamlined service for children from 0-19 years. We work closely with other services such as midwifery, child and adolescent mental health services, schools, children’s centres, GP’s and other organisations in your community.
Our children’s service team in Wakefield provides an integrated service for children from 0-19 years, the team consists of health visitors, school nurses (including vaccinations and immunisations) and family nurses and has been commissioned by Wakefield Council and NHS England to provide services in the Wakefield Council area.
Telephone: 01274 363 195
Clover Ward is a psychiatric intensive care unit for adults over 18 detained under the mental health act. Clover offers you a safe environment to receive the necessary nursing support and treatment you require.
We offer a high-quality service for people who are unable to access dental treatment by a ‘high street’ NHS dentist due to their additional needs. Our staff have expertise in the care, management and understanding of people with learning disabilities, challenging medical conditions and people who are housebound.
Telephone: 01274 256131
Community matrons will help to co-ordinate and plan your clinical care needs and reduce any preventable admissions to hospital. They will undertake an assessment focusing on your health care history, carry out physical examinations and develop a care plan based on your individual needs.
Telephone: 01274 221 181
Our aim is to make sure that, if you have a serious and enduring mental health problem you are assessed, supported and treated in the right way. We want you to keep, or regain your place in your local community and achieve your full potential and optimal recovery.
We provide a range of community health services for patients at every stage of their lives from our experienced health visitors who support families and new-born babies to our dedicated staff caring for people nearing the end of their lives. We look after some of the most vulnerable people within our community.