Our fundamental aim is not to be the biggest provider in care but to be the best…
Matthew Harris MBA, BN Hons, RMN
Managing Director/Nominated Individual
Our primary aim is assisting the recovery of individuals who have complex mental or psychological disorders and severe challenging behaviour, maximising their ability to function, while maintaining their quality of life in a safe and secure environment.
Our mental health hospital in Staffordshire has a reputation for being a leading national provider for managing and treating complex mental health conditions alongside complicated physical conditions. We accept individuals who have both functional and organic mental illnesses and have facilities to accommodate co-morbid complex physical conditions. For example:
Functional illnesses: such as Schizophrenia, Bi-Polar Disorders, Psychological Disorders, History of Complex Psychological and Emotional Trauma, DID, Factitious Disorders etc. Drug induced pyschosis. We also support people who have a secondary (mild) learning difficulty.
Organic illnesses: such as Alzheimer’s/Vascular Dementias, Frontal Lobe Dementia, Lewy Body Dementia, Huntington’s Disease, High Functioning Korsakoffs Syndrome etc.
Co-morbid complex physical conditions: such as Diabetes, Arthritis, COPD and Chest Infections, Chronic Liver Disease, Hep B and C, ABI, etc.
We also have a reputation for being a leading national provider for managing and treating complex mental health conditions with complicated/complex physical health conditions.
The John Munroe Group Limited is licensed to provide services, by the Care Quality Commission (Provider ID: 1-10635563). For more information about the John Munroe Hospital’s current CQC rating click here. To view the rating of our Edith Shaw Hospital click here.
Acceptance and Individuality
We value people and accept the individuality of all who use our service
Equality and Diversity
‘’Promoting equality of opportunity for all, through diversity, giving each individual the chance to achieve their potential free from prejudice and discrimination’’ (2018)
Quality and Empowerment
We aim to provide a quality service where we listen to those in our care, empower them as individuals and give them a choice in all aspects of their care
Non-discrimination and Fairness
We aim to provide a work environment that is non-discriminatory, safe and with fair employment practices. The management are committed to staff development and training to enhance and improve service
Safety, Care and Motivation
We aim to provide a safe community and strive to employ quality team members who are both caring and motivated. We invest in training and continuous professional development for all our team members