The future of local health services (North Staffordshire)

The future of local health services (North Staffordshire)

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1 July 2022

Long-term solution for the George Bryan Centre

The Staffordshire and Stoke-on-Trent Integrated Care System, previously known as Together We’re Better (TWB), is supporting the Midlands Partnership University NHS Foundation Trust (MPFT) as it works to identify a long-term solution to the inpatient mental health services previously provided from the George Bryan Centre.

In 2019, MPFT and TWB held involvement activity to hear about people’s experiences of and views about mental health services, hearing from patients and service-users, staff, and other stakeholders to understand what is important to them and what could be improved.

Work was paused due to the COVID-19 pandemic, but in autumn 2021 we were able to restart the conversation, and asked people to tell us about their experiences of mental health services since the fire at the George Bryan Centre in 2019 and their views on the model of care being introduced nationally.

This programme is being led by MPFT, and you can read more about it and the Report of Findings following the involvement work on the MPFT website.

No decision has been made. To keep up to date with this programme keep checking this page.