Did you know that at BEH we employ eight of the 14 allied health professions? Today we would like to introduce you to David Simms, a Specialist Forensic and Mental Health Team Lead Dietitian.
The Care Quality Commission (CQC) rating for the child and adolescent mental health (CAMHS) wards at the Beacon Centre, part of Barnet, Enfield and Haringey Mental Health NHS Trust, has improved to good.
We are delighted to announce that Blossom Court, our new state of the art mental health inpatient building at St Ann’s Hospital in Tottenham, has won the Constructing Excellence SECBE Awards.
Blossom Court has been selected in the Building Project of the Year over £10 million category for prioritising independent access to outdoor space to promote patient wellbeing and recovery and improve the working lives of NHS staff.
New neighbourhood mental health services will be rolled out in Barnet, Enfield and Haringey over the next three years as part of a £25m major expansion of community mental health care across North Central London.
June is Pride Month. This year we are taking a look at what has changed and when it has changed.
Did you know that at BEH we employ eight of the 14 allied health professions? Today we would like to introduce you to Vasiliki Papoutsi who works as an Art Therapist at Barnet CAMHS.
We would now like to invite four artists to help us bring the walls of Blossom Court to life. We would like to hear from you if you would like to put together a collaborative piece of art with our four mental health wards: Tulip Ward, Daisy Ward, Sunflower Ward and Iris Ward.
At BEH we are pleased to offer Occupational Therapy (OT) apprenticeships in partnership with the University of Hertfordshire.
Today we would like to introduce you to Patrycja Pilczuk who will start the programme in September 2021. She currently works as a Technical Instructor (TI) on Paprika Ward, Chase Farm Hospital, North London Forensic Service.
NHS North Central London CCG strategic reviews of community health services and mental health services – Have your say!
NHS North Central London Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) wants to develop a ‘core service offer’ for users of both community health services and mental health services. This will set out clearly what you can expect to receive from these services as a minimum regardless of where you live.
As we are coming out of the pandemic, we have taken this opportunity to review our ‘Fit for the Future’ Trust Strategy which was published in 2019, and we have now produced an Updated Trust Strategy for 2021-2024.
At Barnet, Enfield and Haringey Mental Health NHS Trust we are proud to support Dementia Action Week 2021, a national event led by the Alzheimer’s Society.
To celebrate International Nurses' Day, we would like to shine the light on some of the amazing nurses who make up our diverse workforce.
Mental health problems can affect anyone at any time. This is why we are supporting Mental Health Awareness Week which is the UK’s national week to talk about all aspects of mental health, provide help and advice and inspire action to promote the message of good mental health for all.
BEH, Camden and Islington NHS Foundation Trust and Recovery Colleges are hosting weekly webinars throughout April and May to help you in your recovery from COVID-19. The sessions are open to all across North Central London.
Jackie Smith formally joins Barnet, Enfield and Haringey Mental Health NHS Trust (BEH) today as Chair, in addition to her current role of Chair at Camden and Islington NHS Foundation Trust. Jackie brings with her extensive knowledge of the NHS and other organisations across North Central London and will help us continue to develop our services.
We have recently updated our Trust’s privacy notices on how we use your information, which includes updated information about how we share information with our partnership agencies, including the Health Information Exchange and other initiatives. The 'your health records' section has also been updated to provide access to health records information for patients on access rights to their health records.
Known as Operation Cavell, the initiative will see a senior police officer review all reports of assaults and hate crime on NHS staff. The NHS, Metropolitan Police Service and Crown Prosecution Service have been working in partnership to launch the scheme, which aims to increase convictions and protect NHS staff on the frontline.
The results from this year’s NHS Staff Survey show that the work being done to make BEH the very best place to work is starting to have real impact.