Admission & Referrals - Call 01538 394279

Overview of admission criteria:

  • Working age adults and/or older people (18+)
  • Sectioned under the Mental Health Act (1983), 3, 37, 37/41, 47/49 or informal.
  • Primary diagnosis of mental illness with: complex mental health needs, challenging behaviours and are treatment resistant.
  • Patients with a forensic history.
  • Typical Diagnosis of our patient group: Schizophrenia, Bi Polar, Schizo-Affective Disorder, Personality Disorder, Depression, Dementia and Aquired Brain Injury (ABI).
  • We will also assess patients who have a secondary mild to moderate learning disability.
  • Service users who have a mental illness and co morbidity alongside their primary diagnosis - such as a drug and/or alcohol problem or a physical condition such as diabetes or hypotension.

Making a referral:

The referral process is simple and you will have guidance throughout the process.

If you have a referral please call 01538 394279 and we will go through the referral process with you. Please ensure you have as much information about the patient as possible: history, diagnosis etc

We endevour in most cases to arrange the assessment within 5 working days.

Once we have assessed the patient we will be back in touch with you with the comprehensive assessment including risk management plans and a detailed costing.

Alternatively you can fill in our referral form and either email it over to info@johnmunroehospital.co.uk or alternately please complete the contact form and we will endeavour to get back to you within 24 hours.

Complete the enquiry form below

Thank you for your interest in the John Munroe Group. Please complete the form to make a general enquiry or to make a referral. If your enquiry is of an urgent nature please call our dedicated central enquiries office on: 01538 394 270, for referrals please call 01538 3972479.
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