Men with a diagnosis of mental disorder and associated challenging behaviour can receive assessment and specialised treatment in the form of clear care pathways in North London Clinic’s medium secure setting and its neighbouring rehabilitation wing, Tennyson House.
The North London Clinic offers ‘rapid response admissions’ within eight hours. Its extensive facilities gives patients every opportunity to retain and learn skills which will help them on the road to recovery and reintegration into the community wherever appropriate.
Medium Secure service and adjoining locked rehabilitation wing for men with mental disorder
Men only with mental illness and/or personality disorder
Kim joined Partnerships in Care as Regional Executive Director in July 2009. Kim qualified as an RMN in 1989 and worked for the early part of her career in mental health services in Plymouth.
Kim has extensive senior management experience, both within the NHS and independent sector organisations, as well as within the Healthcare Commission. Her most recent post within the NHS was as Associate Director of Nursing for West London Mental Health Trust, where she had professional responsibility across high, medium and low secure services, as well as prison in-reach services. Kim has been involved in the management and commissioning of several new services and in recent years has been involved in providing short term support into sites experiencing a range of difficulties. Kim has particular interest in forensic mental health services and is keen to ensure that both patients and staff have full and meaningful involvement in the development of services.
Pippa joined Partnerships in Care in 2009 as Head of Occupational Therapy for the North London Clinic, before being appointed Director of Clinical Services in 2010 for the North London Clinic and Suttons Manor Hospital. More recently Pippa have taken on a more regional role and now works within PiC as Regional Director of Clinical Services for London and South East.
Having qualified as an occupational therapist in 2001 she gained clinical and managerial experience in the NHS and HSE within the field of Mental Health, covering high secure, medium secure, acute and the community.