What's New in the Trust
- 15th November 2017
We held a small celebration last week to say farewell to our current Commonwealth Fellows. Since 2012, we have proudly supported 21 Commonwealth Fellows from Gulu, Northern Uganda as part of the Gulu Sheffield Mental Health Partnership.
- 13th November 2017
Staff have been implementing new models of in-patient care for mental health service users with the result that for the last three years no Sheffield residents have been sent out of city for acute mental health care. The financial savings made are being reinvested in in-patient and community services to help support service user recovery.
- 10th November 2017
We have scored highly in a series of inspections which check standards on wards. The national Patient Led Assessments of the Care Environment (PLACE) is an annual appraisal scheme in which staff and service users take on the role of inspector. At least 50 per cent of the inspection team consists of service users.
- 6th November 2017
Sheffield residents are benefiting from improved mental health services following the expansion of free psychological talking therapies.
- 2nd November 2017
Primary Care Sheffield (PCS) and Sheffield Health & Social Care NHS Foundation Trust (SHSC) are delighted to announce that the Clover Group of practices has been rated as ‘Good’ in all five domains following an inspection of its services by the Care Quality Commission (CQC) in September 2017. The Clover Group of practices, run in partnership by PCS and SHSC, are Darnall Primary Care Centre, Highgate Surgery, Jordanthorpe Health centre and the Mulberry Practice.