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We have opportunities in our busy adult community mental health team. Flexible Assertive Community Treatment (FACT) provides long term stepped care for people with severe and enduring mental illnesses in the community. This group of service users have complex social functioning in terms of housing, self-care, employment and social inclusion. The FACT service enables us to offer a more flexible way of working with our most severely unwell service users.
We also have opportunities within the
Crisis Resolution and home Treatment service, as well as an
acute admission ward for Mental Health. Both of these services are based at the Fermoy unit in King's Lynn. The CRHT is a 24hr service that is community based and provides an alternative to hospital care that meets individual needs. This seamless service works in close conjunction with the patient, carers, statutory bodies, as well as the third sector.
Churchill Ward is a busy acute admission ward that provides a high level of age inclusive care to patients with acute mental health needs. The team is multi-disciplinary, energetic in its service delivery and patient centred in its focus.
We're located in the medieval port of Kings Lynn, with its grand Market Place and restarants; with our famous stunning North Norfolk coastline within easy reach. The area is a joy for history lovers and you can visit museums, priories, castle and windmills, as well as the 17th century Custom House.
As well as a cinema, the Corn Exchange hosts a diverse range of shows, where concerts, stand-up comedians, musicians and psychics pull in crowds from all over the region. Culture vultures will enjoy the Arts Centre, West Acre River Studios and Summer Theatre, as well as a multitude of potteries, art galleries and gardens to explore.
There are a variety of local attractions including the Sandringham Estate; offering country walks, country fairs and an opportunity to visit the Norfolk residence of the Royal Family. Holkham Hall, a stunning private estate with nature reserve and coastal walks. Sheringham, Burnham Market and Holt are all within a short drive, offering a range of exclusive independent shops and restaurants.
For those interested in nature, the beach at Brancaster offers an opportunity to get up close to the regions grey seal colony; as well as opportunities for bird watching at RSPB -
Norfolk Ornithologists Association and
Norfolk Wildlife Trust at Holme-next-the Sea.
We look forward to seeing you at the Open Day on 23rd May 2016 at the Fermoy Unit, Queen Elizabeth Hospital. To find out more prior to the Open Day email firstname.lastname@example.org for more details.
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