Kemple View’s highly specialist clinicians have extensive experience in the assessment and treatment of men with complex psychiatric needs.
Many of our patients have previously been in high, medium or low security. We aim to work collaboratively with our patients enabling them to take increasing responsibility for managing their own risks leading to a controlled and graded discharge. Where a patient requires greatest support we offer contextual risk management, enhancing compliance and aim to improve their quality of life. We serve the patient, carers and visitors.
Kemple View also has a dedicated and purpose-built ward offering PiC's newly launched Low Secure Forensic Specialist Older Age service for patients over the age of 50.
A higher profile is given to this patient group's physical healthcare, risk reduction and where required, mobility and daily living aids.
Low Secure and Locked Rehabilitation Mental Illness and Personality Disorder services for men
Men whose needs can best be met in a low security environment geared toward maximising their opportunity for rehabilitation and independent living
Step Down from Low Secure to Locked Rehabilitation
- Horticultural and Occupational Therapy area, Gym, Education Room, Art and Woodwork workshops, therapy rooms, social area
- Public transport links to nearby town of Preston
- Beautiful grounds with views over Ribble Valley
- Kemple View is recognised as a RAID Centre of Excellence. RAID® is a recognised industry standard method of working with patients to help them manage their own behaviour.
- Patients at Kemple View entered PIC’s Greenfingers gardening competition with the Griffin Garden Project
- Patients at Kemple View won six awards in the 2012 Koestler Art Awards
- Patients at Kemple View won one silver, two bronze and three commended awards at the 2013 Koestler Art Awards
- A patient within our older adult service has won the national 2014 Outstanding Service User Achievement Award for his project: My Shared Pathway additions and adaptations in an aging population and in the same awards, Kemple View patients' Allottments project won a commendation in the Community/Vocational Initiative category.
To arrange a Skype call please contact Stephen Critchley on 01254 243 000
Kemple View is currently hiring new members of staff. Visit www.piccareers.co.uk to learn more.
Mags Gallagher, Hospital Director of Kemple View, is a professionally qualified Learning Disability and Mental Health Nurse with 27 years Post Registration experience. She has worked mainly in the field of challenging behaviours within medium secure psychiatric settings, both in the NHS and independent sector.