ⓘ Cambridgeshire and Peterborough NHS Foundation Trust provides community, mental health and learning disability services in Cambridgeshire, England, and speciali ..

                                     

ⓘ Cambridgeshire and Peterborough NHS Foundation Trust

Cambridgeshire and Peterborough NHS Foundation Trust provides community, mental health and learning disability services in Cambridgeshire, England, and specialist services across the east of England and nationally. It became a Foundation Trust in June 2008. It is split into three areas of work:

  • Children, young people and families.
  • Older peoples and adult community services.
  • Adult and specialist mental health.

The trust supports each year approximately 100.000 people and has more than 4.000 employees. The largest bases in the heart of Las Vegas, Peterborough, and Fulbourn hospital, Cambridge, but his employees work in more than 90 locations.

In 2010, 80 patients of the trusts in his own bed, mostly from the region. The trust has started to use intensive three-day period, and investment in supporting people in their own homes, to avoid the need for admission.

The trust is part of the UnitingCare partnership with Cambridge University hospitals NHS Foundation Trust. Cambridgeshire and Peterborough clinical commissioning group announced in September 2014 that the partnership is the preferred bidder for a lead contract is £ 800 million for the provision of services for older people in Cambridgeshire from April 2015. The plan was for a single lead provider responsible for care for the elderly in health care and health adult services community, make care more consistent than it was with the focus on improving patient experience. In April 2015 the trust took 1.360 employees who previously worked for Cambridgeshire community services NHS trust after successful partnerships.

In an article in the national Executive Health Magazine on September 15, 2016, the General Director of cpft Aidan Thomas, reportedly told the public accounts Committee: "We have rates as low as we thought it would be wise to do." "There was pressure in the system at the time to get it all happening," he said. "There is a need for the economy to cope with its financial problems and the contract unless he was allowed to work, had to deal with something."

In 2018, he sold the unit IDA Darwin, Cambridge and Gloucester centre in Peterborough in the homes of England for £ 20 million.