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John Munroe Hospital

The John Munroe Hospital, Rudyard, Staffordshire is a 57 bedded, situated in the quiet countryside of the Staffordshire Moorlands. Set in 6 acres of land it is the perfect environment for enjoying lower stimulus rehab focused care.

John Munroe Hospital provides mental health rehabilitation hospital that provides services for men and women with complex mental health needs.

Brochure for John Munroe Hospital: johnmunroehospital-brochure (004)

Get In Touch With John Munroe Hospital:

Male/Female Adults / Older People (18+) – 57 beds over 5 units (see tabs for further information on each unit):

Full Address: John Munroe Hospital, Rudyard, Nr Leek, Staffordshire. ST13 8RU (tel: 01538 394270 – option 3)

Referrals call: 01538 394270


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More information about the John Munroe Hospital:

The John Munroe Hospital provides a specialist service for men and women living with a complex mental health condition and associated complex conditions such as personality disorder, physical health and forensic issues.

The service delivers psychologically informed therapeutic treatment and outcomes focused rehabilitation, to enable a timely discharge into the community.

All our services are specifically designed to provide small group or single person environments, replicating an ordinary living setting. These allow for the development of daily living skills aimed at a move towards more independent living.

We provide person centred and care planned outcome focused interventions to support recovery to better health and greater independence. We facilitate engagement in the community and the opportunity to develop new lifestyle choices to improve self-esteem and confidence.

Our ethos is built upon a shared belief that the person is central to everything we do, and we ensure we are responsive to service users changing needs, reviewing and revising plans to meet these needs. We value positive risk-taking opportunities within a context of robust risk assessment and management to ensure those we support are kept safe.

Each of our services are staffed by an experienced team of professional managers, qualified nurses and clinical support workers. Each service has a team of clinical psychiatrists, psychologists and assistants, occupational therapists. And where required access to speech and language therapist, physio and advocacy.

John Munroe Hospital Rehabilitation Approach (measured via the Recovery Star):

Capturing Evidence of Rehabilitation:

As twenty-first century service providers, we must have the means to ensure our support is effective and to capture the evidence that it is effective. And we must reflect on our effectiveness and learn from it.

Evidence helps us become better at what we do, helps service users become optimistic about what they can achieve, motivates staff and provides proof that our services work for commissioners and care coordinators as well as the patient and their relatives.

The Mental Health Recovery Star makes it possible to capture this evidence while enabling users and workers to discuss the important issues and to assess where they are now and where they are going. This exciting development exemplifies our values as we work for a society in which all people with mental health concerns have the right to get the support they need from a wide diversity of providers.

The Recovery Star:

  • Values services user perspectives and enables empowerment and choice
  • Supports recovery and social inclusion

The Mental Health Providers Forum (MHPF) brings together the leading voluntary sector providers who are focused on promoting recovery and working collaboratively to improve the lives of people with mental health problems.

Working together, MHPF members can demonstrate their commitment to:

  • Collaboration, sharing and partnership
  • Service excellence, innovation, evidence-based practice and continuous improvement

This underpins the values of the MHPF. By working together to develop, implement and promote widespread use of the Mental Health Recovery Star,


At the John Munroe Group we are always looking at ways in which we can improve our care and treatments for our patient groups, which is why we always welcome feedback (please click here for more details):