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, Brain Injury and Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services (CAMHS). We provide high standards of medical, nursing and therapeutic care in order to facilitate a speedy recovery, minimise complications and manage risk for all individuals entrusted to our care whilst enhancing prospects for patients to lead a more fulfilling life.View Service Matrix
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The Huntercombe Group is pleased to offer spacious, well-appointed flats to support individuals in moving towards greater independence. Set in the grounds of the specialist brain injury services at Murdostoun in Scotland, the flats provide an opportunity for clients to develop life skills within a supported environment before returning to the community.
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Our neurodisability centre in Crewe provides slow stream rehabilitation and care for patients/clients with cognitive and physical impairments resulting from an acquired brain injury or neurodisability. Crewe offers SMART assessment and access to a full on-site multi-disciplinary team including therapists and specialist nurses. For more information please click here.
The service caters for 18 women with mental health conditions and complex needs, including; personality disorder, Autistic Spectrum Conditions and challenging behaviour. .A bespoke service for patients stepping down through the care pathway or for those who require a period of nursing in an individual, low stimulus environment. All packages of care are tailor-made to meet the requirements and care needs of the individual. For more information please call 01332 871800 or click here.
The Huntercombe Group provides care and treatment to young people with a range of mental health conditions that require admission to hospital, there they will receive a high standard of medical, nursing and therapeutic care to facilitate their speedy recovery whilst minimising risk and complication within an environment that is appropriate, safe and secure. Our 5 hospitals are set up with patient privacy and dignity in mind. Young people are also able and encouraged to continue their studies as all facilities have on-site schools and teachers.
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Our Sunderland Centre provides a range of addiction services for both drug and alcohol misuse. This includes a two week detox package, rehabilitation programmes, and a range of in-patient and after care services for our clients. For further information please click here.
Murdostoun Castle new look website has now arrived, it features a news section, photographs and a new downloadable brochure. The castle offers self-pay rooms for alcohol and drug substance detoxification and a four week rehabilitation programme to address the underlying psychological issues associated with the dependency. The castle also works closely with the NHS to offer a fixed number of statutory beds for both detox and rehabilitation. For further information on either the statutory or self-pay options please contact Glyn Davison Castle Manager.
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Posted Monday, 24th February 2014
24th February 2014, Bath: Two sports stars who suffered traumatic brain injuries are takin
Posted Tuesday, 4th February 2014
County Durham, January 2014: Throughout the year, individuals with a range of learning dis
Posted Tuesday, 4th February 2014
February 2014, Kirkintilloch: Staff at Campsie House in Kirkintilloch have been celebratin
Posted Wednesday, 8th January 2014
The creation of a network of Clinical Senate Assemblies suggests that Clinical Commissioni
Posted Thursday, 14th November 2013
Yesterday, Health Idol officially launched its 4 week programme at the Huntercombe Hospita
Posted Friday, 8th November 2013
4th November 2013, Sheffield – Stocksbridge Brain Injury Rehabilitation Centre in Sheffi