Stafford ST19 9QT
Tel: 01785 840000
Fax: 01785 842 192
Some bed availability
At Huntercombe Hospital Stafford, we offer children and young people with mental health needs a tranquil environment where they can recuperate and recover.
Set in an old country manor house on well-maintained grounds, we have three units to look after children and young people with eating disorders, such as anorexia nervosa and bulimia; other complex mental health conditions, such as bipolar disorder and self-harm; and we have a psychiatric intensive care unit (PICU) for those who require specialist treatment and have been admitted under the Mental Health Act. We also have on-site education from key stage 3 through to GCSE and A levels, so there’s no need to worry about missing out on school.
Set in a rural location close to Stafford
Located on the A5 just a few miles from junction 12 of the M6
Telford and Stafford train stations both close by
Birmingham International Airport, half hour drive away
On-site free parking
Safe and secure facilities, with CCTV
39 beds in three units – a general unit, an eating disorders unit and a psychiatric intensive care unit (PICU)
On site Ofsted Registered Independent Specialist School
Occupational therapy kitchen and nutritional support
Supported family meals on-site
Outdoor sports area, including basketball court and a gym
Excellent activities and events programmes for patients and families
Fully CQC-compliant on-site education from key stage 3 through to GCSE and A levels
We treat both males and females with a diagnosed eating disorder such as anorexia or bulimia. We aim to return patients to a healthy weight and to change the problem behaviours causing the eating disorder.
We work closely with our families and carers to give our patients the best chance of recovery when they go home
This service is for young people who have long-standing, complex mental health issues to deal with. These young people need some time in a safe environment with a team experienced in a broad range of mental health problems to work through their issues.
This is commonly called "PICU". It is a service for young people who are going through a sudden mental health crisis, and who pose a high level of risk to themselves or to other people. These patients usually need immediate inpatient treatment in a safe setting. Patients using this service are detained under the Mental Health Act.
We work with these patients to draw up a treatment plan aimed at trying to get young people back to life in the outside world. It is not unusual for patients to move into our General CAMHS service for a short time before moving on completely.
I would like to thank you for all the times you have taken time to talk to me through the times I needed support. I would like to thank all the nurses for taking time to create plans or give ideas on
I know it's been a long six months and I've been a bit of a pain. I've learned a lot from all of you, you've all seen my good sides and my bad but you all never gave up on me. It's going to be har
We just wanted to thank you from the bottom of our hearts for being so absolutely lovely to us from day one. You really helped us through a difficult time.
I would just like to say I am very pleased with the level of care and support my daughter has received at Huntercombe Stafford. Doctors and nurses were always very willing and helpful about any conc
To some of the loveliest people I have ever met in my life. Thank you so much for your patience and care, for the way you have opened my eyes to see the world and for all the memories. I will never
Thank you for caring and looking after our daughter. The time and effort you have all put in is priceless and we as parents will be eternally grateful. I know she has made some great friends in pa
Goodbye everyone! Thank you all so much for your patience and care. I really appreciate it. Wish you all the best.
Thank you for everything you have done for me. When I was first admitted I was so scared but you all made me feel welcome on Wedgwood. You all gave me the support I needed even when I felt I didn'
This hospital has provided me with the help I needed to succeed in getting better. There was always someone to talk to. The service was really good.
Brilliant service, great communication between family and staff. Feel very included in my son's care. Very friendly from receptionists to doctors. Thank you for all your support for myself and my son.
You all played a part in literally saving my life. Whilst I was at the hospital I had to do GCSE examinations which all went great due to the organisation of the teachers at Huntercombe.
Thank you from the bottom of my heart for giving me my daughter back. The staff at Huntercombe were fantastic gaining my daughter's trust and building her confidence.
Thank you for everything you've done… You made sure everything was right and if it was wrong you fixed it and put it right.
Thank you so much for all the support we received. You all got me back on the right track and helped me find me. My family and I can't thank you all enough. I'm going to miss you all.
Committed to improving participation in care
We are committed to keeping families and carers involved in a young person’s care, and work hard to improve our patients’ participation in care planning, training and recruitment.
We have recently strengthened and improved the expertise in our clinical team by increasing our therapy, social work and nursing staff. For full profiles of our team members, please click below.