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ⓘ Manchester Mental Health and Social Care Trust




                                     

ⓘ Manchester Mental Health and Social Care Trust

Manchester Mental Health and Social Care Trust was formed in April 2002 as one of the first mental health and social care NHS organisations in England. It runs wards at North Manchester General Hospital and Wythenshawe Hospital, having closed the beds on the Central Manchester Hospitals site.

The trust spent £1.7 million in the first four months of 2013-14 on the bed for 86 patients from other vendors.

A quarter of employees trust said they would not recommend it to your friends or family, according to the first NHS friends and family test and more than a third of employees who participated in the survey also noted that they do not recommend it as a good place to work.

In December 2014 the trust won the contract to lead the work of the health services at both Strangeways prison and HM prison Buckley hall in Rochdale. They will work with charity projects and alcohol abuse lifeline of the drug

The trust spent £4.615.299 on private placements mental health in 2013 / 4.

In October 2015, after the reduction of support services and community therapy worth £ 1.5 million, the trust said that it was no longer viable as an independent organization.

It was dissolved in 2016 and services seized by greater Manchester West mental health NHS Foundation Trust.