Sussex Partnership Trust is a provider of NHS care for people with mental health problems, learning disabilities or addiction to drugs and alcohol in Sussex as well as a number of other specialist services across south East England. Their aim is to improve people’s lives of all ages by providing high quality care and the best levels of experience in hospitals, community clinics, people’s homes and GP practices.
Patient experience is at the core of Sussex Partnership Trust’s care. Their strategic objectives are focused on providing safe, effective, quality patient care; local, joined up care; putting research, innovation and learning into practice; being the provider, employer and partner of choice; and living within their means.
As an NHS Foundation Trust they are able to give patients, staff and the public the chance to become members or governors with a formal say over how the organisation is run. Regularly inspected but the Care Quality Commission, independent regulator of health and social care, the services are safe, effective, caring, responsive and well-led. The Trust is committed to equality, diversity and human rights, a commitment which affects their aims both as employer and a healthcare provider.
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We are currently working with them on our Men in Sheds project.