Transforming Mental Health Services in Camden and Islington
Camden and Islington Clinical Commissioning Groups are consulting on the proposed redevelopment of Camden and Islington NHS Foundation Trust‘s St Pancras Hospital site. The public consultation will seek views on proposals to move inpatient beds from St Pancras Hospital to a new site at the Whittington Hospital and create two new mental health community hubs in Islington and Camden.
The consultation runs from 6th July to 12th October 2018.
The proposals include redeveloping Camden and Islington NHS Foundation Trust‘s estate to provide the inpatient facilities currently at St Pancras Hospital on a site behind the Whittington Hospital; create two new community mental health hubs, one in Islington and the other in Camden; retain clinical services at St Pancras Hospital, the Trust’s beacon site, and also build an Institute of Mental Health there to support its research work. No services will be cut under these proposals.
- The last of three public events to discuss the proposals is scheduled for Wednesday 26th September, 6pm to 8pm, St Pancras Hospital, Conference room, 4 St Pancras Way, Kings Cross, London, NW1 0PE.
- In addition, Healthwatch Islington are hosting an event to discuss the proposals. This will take place in August. Contact Jeni Kent for more details.
You can find out more about the proposals and the consultation document and online survey on Islington Clinical Commissioning Groups website: www.islingtonccg.nhs.uk/stpancras
If you have any queries about this consultation or you require this document in a hard copy or in an alternative format such as Easy Read, large print, audio, braille, and in languages other than English please email: firstname.lastname@example.org or call 020 3688 2900.