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Burton Park, PiC’s newest brain injury services facility launched in December 2014, provides specialist treatment for acquired brain injury (ABI)...Read more
Don’t miss a chance to visit PiC’s new units at open days and educational events Open Day at Albion House, London - 14 August 2015 Open Day at...Read more
During September this year, Partnerships in Care is pleased to be celebrating 30 years of providing high quality care to some of the most vulnerable...Read more
Staff and patients across PiC have taken to all forms of exercise in the company’s ‘Tour de PiC’ surpassing 20,000 miles whilst raising £5,000 for...Read more
PiC's North London Clinic in Edmonton, which provides mental health care to men with a diagnosis of mental illness, has received the first ‘...Read more
The PiC Quality Account is now available on both the NHS Choices and PiC public websites. The publication, produced to Department of Health...Read more
On 2 February, Partnerships in Care (PiC) extended its service offering with the acquisition of The Manor Clinic, a 15-bedded alcohol and drug...Read more
Partnerships in Care portfolio has reached over 2,000 beds, following the 2 September announcement of a further three acquisitions including new...Read more
Dr Quazi Haque, Group Executive Medical Director has been selected as one of four Finalists in the 2015 Psychiatrist of the Year Award presented by...Read more


Partnerships in Care is one of the largest and most experienced providers of specialist, secure and step-down care across the UK.

With hospitals and services around the country, 30 years of experience and highly experienced teams, we help patients, residents and commissioners find the right care pathways, without the need for multiple reassessments.

We provide:

  • Medium secure, low secure, locked and open, recovery focused 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 and others, and require an emergency admission
  • Specialist residential care and education, specifically designed for young people, with histories of self-injurious behaviours, attachment difficulties and complex presentations
  • Individualised residential care for children, young people and adults, requiring treatment of acute or severe and enduring eating disorders
  • Education services for students who have experienced difficulty and trauma in their lives and for whom mainstream education is not a suitable option
  • Personalised in-patient and out-patient addiction and depression treatment that can either be self-funded or covered by private medical insurance

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