We’re a community and mental health trust, providing a wide range of services to people of all ages living in Berkshire. And to do this, we employ approximately 4,500 staff who operate from our many sites as well as out in people’s homes and in various community settings.
This award supports our wider aim to be a leading provider of mental and physical health services, and our ambition to be the first trust of our kind to receive an ‘Outstanding’ CQC rating.
We’re also a digital pioneer, having been named by NHS England as a ‘Global Digital Exemplar’– one of only seven mental health trusts in the country to gain this status. This will allow us to transform patient care through new technologies.
Watch our video to find out what being a Global Digital Exemplar means for our patients and staff.
We deliver joined up physical and mental health services, helping people to remain independent at home for as long as possible and providing the care and support that best meets the needs of our patients, in the most suitable location.
From early years to end of life, we offer a wide range of services to keep you and your family well.
We run a number of specialist clinics and services aimed at young people, adults and older people to support and treat mental health, physical health and sexual health conditions.
We work in partnership with Berkshire’s two acute hospital trusts, Royal Berkshire Hospital NHS Foundation Trust and Frimley Health NHS Foundation Trust. We also work closely with Berkshire’s six local authorities and a diverse range of community and charitable organisations.
As a foundation trust we’re accountable to the community we support. We therefore need members and governors to help shape our plans for the future and make sure that the services we provide reflect what's needed locally. Please visit our members and governors sections to find out more.
NHS Improvement regulate our financial stability, and have given us a financial sustainability risk rating of 4, which is the best rating we could have (they rate from 1 to 4, with 1 being at most risk and 4 being the least risk).
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