Queens Nurse continues her journey with pride
An outstanding contribution to local and national school nursing practice earned a pioneering nurse, Maggie Clark, at Leicestershire Partnership NHS Trust (LPT) the esteemed title of Queens Nurse
Colin to conquer 63km of local parkland in 24 hour charity walk
A Student health visitor with the Families, Young People and Children’s service at
Leicestershire Partnership NHS Trust (LPT) is taking part in a 24 hour park walk to
raise money for a local charity, while hopefully inspiring local children t
Views sought on developing a proposal for a new childrem's mental health crisis response team
Young people, parents, carers and professionals who have been involved in child and adolescent mental health services (CAMHS) provided by Leicestershire Partnership NHS Trust (LPT) are being asked to come to an event next month and share views and ideas on what a bespoke crisis response team for young people should look like.
Ward re-opens at St Luke's Hospital
Ward 3 at St Luke's Hospital, Market Harborough, has re-opened. It was closed for three months due to a shortage of qualified nursing staff.
Your views on our services
Hundreds of community mental health service users are being asked to share their views with the Care Quality Commission
New garden at Rutland Memorial Hospital
A £48,000 garden has opened at Rutland Memorial Hospital, paid for by a bequest from a Rutland resident.
Charnwood mental health teams
We want to hear your views on plans to relocate two mental health community teams in Charnwood
ECT service follows 'excellence' rating with national showcase
Leicestershire Partnership NHS Trust is to showcase innovations in electroconvulsive therapy at a Royal College of Psychiatrist national conference - just weeks after the College rated its service 'excellent' for the second time