Stockton Hall is a highly specialist hospital where patients requiring a medium secure care setting can maximise value from therapeutic interventions.
Its dedicated Women’s Mental Illness service is renowned and has produced excellent recovery results for patients.
Medium secure for both men and women
Men and Women with mental illness and/or personality disorder; Men with mild to moderate learning disability; Men with ASD
To arrange a Skype or Video Call please contact Graeme Paterson on 01904 400500
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Myles Paterson is the Partnerships in Care Regional Executive Director for the North East of England and Scotland. Having worked in the healthcare sector for 30 years, Myles has specialised in the management of medium secure forensic services for 24 years. He holds a Masters Degree in Law, a Diploma in Management and is registered with the NMC in both categories of General and Mental Health practice.
Sue Janes, Hospital Director, qualified as a Registered Learning Disability Nurse in 1987. She has several years of experience in nursing in NHS and National Charities as well as having held many roles in senior management. She joined PiC in 1995. She led a very successful project in nurse prescribing recently which was presented to colleagues and commissioners at PiC sharing best practice event, with the team gaining a finalist position in the 2014 Nursing Times awards in the mental health category.