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Partnerships in Care (PiC) is pleased to announce the opening of a new 24-bed inpatient rehabilitation service in the South West of England. The...Read more
The Department of Forensic & Neurodevelopmental Science at the Institute of Psychiatry, Psychology and Neuroscience, King’s College London,...Read more
World Social Work Day is Tuesday 17 March 2015. Partnerships in Care supports recognition of the high value played by social workers with vulnerable...Read more
Partnerships in Care congratulates Group Chief Executive, Joy Chamberlain, on being elected a finalist in the Institute of Directors London and South...Read more
Partnerships in Care celebrates five finalists in the Health Investor Awards 2015 reflecting another year of achievement towards patient-centred...Read more
Partnerships in Care is delighted that Ian Callaghan, former service user from Kneesworth House hospital will be awarded a Deputy Prime Minister’s...Read more
Patient-led projects within PiC hospitals have once again featured prominently with four finalists among 26 in the National Service User Awards 2015...Read more
Physiotherapy can prove to be an invaluable element of an individual’s treatment pathway as the physical disabilities that our patients can present...Read more
Partnerships in Care is pleased to confirm that in December 2014 Brain Injury Services took over a 50 bed service for detained and informal patients...Read more


Partnerships in Care is one of the largest and most experienced independent providers of secure and step-down care across the UK, with over 1,500 placements in 38 hospitals.

With close to 30 years of experience and over 4,000 staff, we help patients and commissioners find the right care pathways, without the need for multiple reassessments.

We provide:

  • Medium secure, low secure, locked and open rehabilitation and community housing to support patients’ safe and positive reintegration into the community
  • Acute, PICU and high dependency services (HDU) for patients in an acute psychiatric crisis who are at risk to themselves or others and require an emergency admission
  • A multidisciplinary team approach, centred on patient outcomes that contribute to a successful discharge and the best possible chance of a stable life in the community
  • Meaningful engagement and real work opportunities to promote social inclusion and skills for independence

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