We are one of the UK's leading specialist healthcare providers, with hospitals and centres located throughout England and Scotland, delivering wide ranging professional treatments in the areas of: Adult Mental Health and Learning Disabilities, Brain Injury and Neurodisability, Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services (CAMHS), Eating Disorders, Addictions and Children with Specialist Needs.View Service Matrix
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Beech House Hospital provides highly-specialised assessment, treatment and rehabilitation for adults with learning disabilities, autistic spectrum disorders, mental health and challenging behaviours. Our unique and highly dynamic approach to care places patients at the centre of their treatment, enabling them to feel empowered through choice. By reducing psychological distress through an agreed treatment plan, reductions in risk are achieved within a nurturing and therapeutic environment.View Service Matrix
A beautifully appointed eating disorder facility in the heart of the Cotswold village of Broadway, treating young people from the ages of 11 to 25 years old. The friendly and highly experienced clinical team are committed to providing an intensive short - stay treatment programme where families and staff work closely together in a therapeutic and practical way to equip young people with the skills in order to return home.
For further information on this centre please click here.
Transitional brain injury services are based on a community model and are usually the first steps towards living a more independent life. Our 3 individually furnished flats at Murdostoun, Scotland have been appointed to a high standard. Located within the grounds of our brain injury services at Murdostoun Castle, patients can also enjoy the tranquil surroundings as well as benefit from the therapeutic input of the clinical team.
For further information on the flats or to request an information brochure please click here.
We have two addictions centres one in Sunderland and the other near Glasgow, we work with the NHS and those wishing to fund their treatment independently. Our treatment options are the industry gold standard, enabling our clients to reduce or substantially abstain from alcohol or drugs safely, comfortably and sympathetically in a clean and relaxing environment. We also offer a rehabilitation programme at our centre in Sunderland. For further information about either service please click here.View Service Matrix
We are pleased to announce we have now published the 2012 Quality Account for The Huntercombe Group, you can read this document by logging onto the NHS Choices website or by visiting our Clinical Standards and Compliance pages.
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Posted Monday, 20th May 2013
To date the team have raised over £1000 after successfully completing The Scottis
Posted Tuesday, 23rd April 2013
Students will have the opportunity to spend time shadowing specialist clinicians and thera
Posted Monday, 15th April 2013
The Huntercombe Hospital East Yorkshire hospital will be hosting a Learning Day on Thursda
Posted Wednesday, 13th March 2013
At a prestigious awards ceremony held on 12th March at London’s Lancaster Hotel, Hunterc
Posted Wednesday, 13th March 2013
We have pleasure in informing our customers about the new Low secure and Medium secure Adu
Posted Thursday, 28th February 2013
A German Shepherd dog called Mara is helping in the treatment of patients with brain injur