The Priory Hospital Cheadle Royal

Set within landscaped gardens, the safe and supportive environment of the Priory Hospital Cheadle Royal offers a comprehensive inpatient specialist mental health service for young people and adults. The service is dedicated to providing innovative, high quality care and treatment for patients with challenging and complex needs, in order to enable their recovery and re-engagement with the community. All services are delivered in partnership with the NHS and structured cost frameworks are provided for commissioners and referring healthcare professionals.

The hospital offers a comprehensive range of inter-linked care services within one hospital campus and provides a complete care pathway so patients can move seamlessly between services to provide the most appropriate care in a safe environment. The hospital site provides two adult psychiatric intensive care units, an adult eating disorder unit that includes day care, three children and adolescent mental health units including an acute unit, a psychiatric intensive care unit and a low secure unit for young women with emerging personality disorders. The site also provides open rehabilitation programs. For further information on each unit then please click on the more information tab below.

The hospital's consultant led multidisciplinary teams have a wealth of clinical and research experience in psychiatry, enabling patients to benefit from a broad range of individual and group therapies.

Our clinical services:

  • Offer high quality individualised care in a safe and supported environment
  • Enable patients to maximise their life opportunities
  • Provide clear, effective pathways including assessment, stabilisation, rehabilitation and recovery
  • A care programme approach (CPA) that fully involves the patient and their family and/or carers
  • Benefit from strong links which have been established with educational/vocational and community agencies

We offer a complete care progression plan for our patients promoting a reduced length of stay with 'seamless' transfer points which encourages a step down programme from secure through to complex care and rehabilitation.

What we treat:

Our patients are among the most vulnerable members of society and require sensitive therapeutic interventions delivered in a healing environment that encourages self-awareness, knowledge and empowerment. We offer services for:

  • Eating disorders
  • Psychosis
  • Personality disorders
  • Mood and anxiety disorders

For a complete list of treatments offered by the the Priory Hospital Cheadle Royal please click on the 'Our Services' tab.

Dr Anjum Haq

Dr Anjum Haq

Consultant Psychiatrist Eating Disorders
The Priory Hospital Cheadle Royal (staff)

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Dr David Kingsley

Dr David Kingsley

Lead Consultant Child and Adolescent Psychiatrist and Honorary Research Fellow
The Priory Hospital Cheadle Royal (staff)

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Dr Mahadev Jasti

Dr Mahadev Jasti

Consultant Child and Adolescent Psychiatrist
The Priory Hospital Cheadle Royal (staff)

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Dr Sonu Sharma

Dr Sonu Sharma

Lead Consultant Psychiatrist, Medical Director Priory Eating Disorder Services - Adult
The Priory Hospital Cheadle Royal (staff)

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Dr Ty Glover

Dr Ty Glover

Medical Director and Consultant in General and Eating Disorder Psychiatry - Adult
The Priory Hospital Cheadle Royal (staff)

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We accept referrals from a wide variety of public sector organisations throughout the UK, including special hospitals, psychiatric hospitals, prisons, courts, MSUs, SHA forensic lead commissioners, social services, NHS Mental Health Trusts, GPs, the police and others.

Our patients are made aware of hospital procedures, regulations and restrictions and should agree to abide by them via a written contract prior to admission.

We are able to accept emergency referrals 24 hours a day 7 days a week. Urgent or out-of-hours appointments and admissions can be arranged immediately by telephoning the hospital directly. For further information please contact the Admissions office on 0161 428 9511 during office hours or e-mail cheadleroyal@priorygroup.com. Out of hours you can call 0161 495 4907.

The admissions criteria will vary from unit to unit, further information can be found under the 'Our Services' tab above.

Why choose the Priory Hospital Cheadle Royal?

The hospital offers a range of facilities and services including:

  • Internal pathways on one hospital site which supports and enables access to the wide range of services and enables units to manage a higher level of acuity.
  • Recovery focused care which addresses the needs of each individual based on evidence-based practice.
  • Russell House eating disorder service, with accreditation from the Quality Network for Eating Disorders (QED).
  • Orchard CAMHS unit is pending accreditation from the Quality Network for Inpatient CAMHS (QNIC).

Our outcomes

These are just some of the key outcomes outcomes the hospital focuses on:

  • Moving patients on to a lower level of security, supported by the service's care pathways, promoting least restrictive practice.
  • Re-integration of patients into the community through a supportive and recovery based model of care.
  • Working in partnership with patients, carers and commissioners to actively manage length of stay.

 

Eating Disorder Service - Russell House

Russell House at the Priory Hospital Cheadle Royal is a specialist eating disorder service comprising a 16 bed unit and an 11 bed unit, providing inpatient treatment. Our highly experienced multidisciplinary team treats patients with a wide range of eating disorders and facilitates nasogastric feeding if required. The service has also accepts referrals from non-contracted NHS agencies.

Referrals for Russell House are made for males and females aged 18 and over diagnosed with a severe eating disorder.

Female psychiatric intensive care unit - Pankhurst

The Pankhurst Unit at the Priory Hospital Cheadle Royal safely manages the acute phase of women suffering from severe mental illness and demonstrating challenging behaviours. The model of care is specifically designed to meet the needs of women who have exceeded, exhausted or failed to benefit from local resources and who require a safe and secure environment to engage in a therapeutic programme.

Male psychiatric intensive care unit - Willows

The Willows Unit at the Priory Hospital Cheadle Royal provides a model of care specifically designed to meet the needs of men suffering from an acute phase of severe mental illness, that cannot be managed in an open setting. The skilled multidisciplinary team has many years experience safely managing complex patients in an acute phase of mental illness often with behaviours that challenge.

Referrals to one of our PICU facilities must meet the following criteria:

  • Detained under the Mental Health Act including section 136
  • Presenting an acute psychosis and/or severe mood disorder and often self harming behaviour
  • Presenting significant and continued risk to themselves or to others, both on the ward and in the community and who are likely to abscond
  • Admitted from A&E, PICUs, community services and other mental health settings

Children and Adolescent Mental Health Services

The Priory Hospital Cheadle Royal offers a comprehensive inpatient specialist mental health service for young people aged between 13 and 18 years with a broad range of presentations, risks and complexities such as early onset psychosis or emergent personality disorder. The service compromises open acute, psychiatric intensive care and a low secure unit for young women with emergent personality disorder, led by highly skilled multidisciplinary teams providing seamless and integrated care pathways encompassing a broad therapeutic programme which recognises the needs of the individual as well as their family.

The CAHMS service at Cheadle Royal consists of three units:

Open Acute Service - Orchard

  • Inpatient treatment for males and females aged up to 18 years
  • Rapid assessment and admission 24 hours a day, seven days a week
  • Treatment for young people with a broad range of acute presentations
  • Safe and supportive therapeutic environment
  • Comprehensive educational provision across a range of age and abilities providing the full national curriculum, vocational courses and work experience as well as certified numeracy and literacy courses
  • Outcome-driven and evidence-based interventions and care plans flexible to individuals’ needs
  • Access to a wide range of psychological therapies

Secure psychiatric intensive care - Meadows

  • Inpatient treatment for males and females aged up to 18 years
  • Rapid assessment and admission 24 hours a day, seven days a week
  • Safe, supportive and containing environment for young people detained under the Mental Health Act
  • Highly skilled multidisciplinary team in engaging and working therapeutically with complex young people who may pose a high level of risk to themselves and others, or who are likely to abscond
  • Reducing lengths of stay by facilitating transitions to open unit on site

Low secure rehabilitation - Woodlands

  • Inpatient treatment for females aged up to 18 years
  • Low secure therapeutic and rehabilitative environment for young women presenting with severe risk issues and complex needs, including emergent personality disorders and severe self harm or risk to others
  • Highly skilled multidisciplinary team experienced in engaging and working therapeutically with young people with the most severe and complex needs
  • Elective admissions for 13 to 18 year olds lasting between 6 and 18 months
  • Intensive psychotherapeutic interventions
  • NAPICU Team of the Year 2009 and runner-up 2011 for commitment to service development and improvement 

Referrals for males and females aged between 13 and 18 are accepted to the young people's service from mental health teams, as well as from social care organisations and the criminal justice system. Following rapid pre-admission assessment, funding must be approved by the appropriate purchasing agency prior to admission.

Open rehabilitation and recovery service

The Priory Hospital Cheadle Royal specialist rehabilitation and recovery service is designed to cater for men aged 18 and over, with complex mental health rehabilitation needs, based out of separate gender specific units. Run by an experienced team the service combines relational security with an intensive recovery based model of care and is able to offer an effective alternative to low secure care. The service is able to manage the transition from locked door to full community participation, and benefits from several years of building relationships with community partners and advocacy services.