ⓘ Derbyshire Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust was established on 1 February 2011, when Monitor, the Independent Regulator of NHS Foundation Trusts, authorised Derb ..

                                     

ⓘ Derbyshire Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust

Derbyshire Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust was established on 1 February 2011, when Monitor, the Independent Regulator of NHS Foundation Trusts, authorised Derbyshire Mental Health Services NHS Trust to become a Foundation Trust.

In April 2011 the trust became the provider of childrens and specialist services for Derby city following the tender. In addition, in the framework of the transformation of municipal services, pediatric services, community and substance misuse services from NHS Derby city were transferred to this organization.

The trust is the largest provider of mental health or learning difficulties services, and substance abuse in Derbyshire, primarily serving the people of Derbyshire and Derby city, with a population of about 1 million 71 languages. Trust is a Center of Research and development that focuses on specific clinical areas, including compassion-focused care, dementia and delirium, as well as the prevention of suicide and self-harm.

The trust has approximately 2.400 employees that cover a wide range of services, more than 66 sites throughout Derby and Derbyshire. They include community settings, hospital departments and specialty areas, such as courts and prisons.

The trusts inpatient units are:

At the Radbourne unit in Derby, which provides four acute psychiatric hospitals, including recovery-oriented center for Hope and sustainability hub, an enhanced care ward, mental health and alcohol and drug abuse Association for accident & emergency Department of Royal Derby hospital, mental health, crisis services, occupational therapy and ECT-electro-convulsive therapy.

Block Destination in Chesterfield, which provides three acute psychiatric hospitals, an outpatient unit, mental health crisis home treatment teams and mental health and alcohol and drug abuse communication services for emergency accident & at the Royal hospital in Chesterfield.

Elderly services in the field of mental health, based at the London road hospital in Derby, specialist dementia ward at the Kingsway site in Derby and dementia rapid response team to support people with dementia to remain in their communities as long as possible, as well as physiotherapy services.

Forensic and rehabilitation services, including gender low reliability of services on the Kingsway site in Derby, prison in remote teams and criminal justice context.

In 2013, the Foundation embarked on an extensive modernisation programme, which led to the creation of a community approach to the treatment of adult mental health community. Services are now provided on a needs-led basis, regardless of the age of the receivers. Employees for eight teams from the district work closely with each other and other local health workers, and draw on local community resources to help people rebuild their lives after an episode of mental health.

In 2015, working in partnership with charities Aquarius and Phoenix futures, the trust has awarded a contract to provide an integrated drug and rescue Service of alcohol within the city of Derby 1 April 2015. Following the contest, the three partners were awarded the contract for three years, the city Council of Derby for the provision of a comprehensive and systematic treatment of alcohol and drug addiction, including General and comprehensive support.

In 2015, the trust has again signed a contract for the provision of services for children in Derby, starting in 2016. Earlier this year, hopes the health visiting service provided by level 3 Unicefs initiative for children for the city of Derby.

In 2015, the labour court decided that in 2013, the then Chairman of the trust has entered into an agreement with the chief Executive to dismiss the Director of human resources after she rejected the advances. The personnel Director was awarded compensation of £832.711 in February 2016.

He announced plans to explore a merger with Derbyshire health services NHS Foundation trust in November 2016. In June 2017, it was decided that the two trusts would leak, but will continue to work closely together.