The Najurally Centre is a specialist assessment and treatment unit for adults over 18 with moderate to severe learning disabilities and mental health problems whose needs cannot be supported at home, in the community or in other adult mental health wards. The centre is based on the Lynfield Mount Hospital site and has eight beds for both males and females.
During your time at The Najurally Centre we will work closely with you to understand your needs and help you to feel better. The team will work with you, so you can continue being as independent as possible, and make sure your daily living needs are met. Your care will be personalised to meet your needs. There are lots of different people working at the centre, who are here to help you. This includes clinical psychology, health care support workers, learning disability nurses, occupational therapists, speech and language therapists and psychiatrists.
They can offer a range of specialist assessments, to help you achieve your goals in hospital, and get you back into the community. Najurally staff work closely with community staff (including nurses, doctors, occupational therapists, speech and language therapists, physiotherapists, dietetics) whilst you are in hospital. We also make sure we have positive relationships with your family and/or carers during your stay.
Telephone: 01274 228 253 (Monday – Friday 9.00am -5.00pm)
Alternative Telephone: 01274 228 254
Visiting Times for the Assessment and Treatment Unit:
Please note all visits must be booked in advance on the ward. Visiting times are negotiable but should avoid our protected meal times which are 12.00 – 13.00 and 16.30 – 17.30.
If you are unable to visit during these hours, please contact the ward to arrange a suitable time.
West Yorkshire Collaborative
Bradford District Care NHS Foundation Trust is working jointly with Leeds and York Partnership NHS Foundation Trust and South West Yorkshire Partnership NHS Foundation Trust as part of the West Yorkshire and Harrogate Health and Care Partnership collaborative work. This will ensure consistency of care for patients at the Assessment and Treatment Units (ATU’s) in Bradford and the ‘Horizon Centre’ in Fieldhead, Wakefield, meaning you can expect to receive the same care at both units.
Lynfield Mount Hospital, Heights Lane, Bradford, BD9 6DP
Bradford and Airedale mental health advocacy group: https://www.vitalprojects.org.uk/
Making Space: www.makingspace.co.uk
We welcome referrals from other mental healthcare professionals.