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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
Partnerships in Care was successful at the recent Nursing Times Awards, held in London at the end of 2014. We proudly congratulate Ayr Clinic Charge...Read more
Partnerships in Care (PiC) is pleased to announce that it has extended its existing care pathways through the acquisition of a 50 bedded service at...Read more
Professor Nick Alderman, Director of Clinical Services, Brain Injury Services, has been announced the winner of the UK Acquired Brain Injury Forum (...Read more
The Department of Forensic & Neurodevelopmental Science at the Institute of Psychiatry, Psychology and Neuroscience, King’s College London,...Read more
For the second year in a row, the learning disability patients of St John’s House hospital in Diss have submitted an eclectic mix of recycled...Read more
Partnerships in Care Group Chief Executive, Joy Chamberlain, was voted the 11th most influential healthcare leader in the UK’s independent sector...Read more
We are pleased to confirm that Dr Quazi Haque has been appointed as Chair of the Royal College of Psychiatrist’s Quality Network for Forensic Mental...Read more
Kneesworth House Hospital Head of Social Work and Patient Related Services, Linda Ram, has been selected from thousands of mental health social...Read more

Welcome

Partnerships in Care is one of the largest and most experienced independent providers of secure and step-down care across the UK, with over 1,400 placements in 32 hospitals.

With close to 30 years of experience and 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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