The Priory Hospital Hemel Hempstead (formerly The Priory Grange Hemel Hempstead) offers a safe and supportive complex care and rehabilitation service for male and female service users with enduring mental health problems.
The modern 34 en-suite bedded locked facility is split into three service and gender specific wards and has a range of facilities available on-site, such as a computer area, social and communal areas, sensory and horticulture gardens and daily kitchen room.
Located in Hertfordshire with access to the M25 and M1, the hospital is in easy reach of London, Essex, Bedfordshire, Buckinghamshire, Oxfordshire and Berkshire.
The hospital has strong links with the local community and provides easy access to the local amenities, including a gym, shops, a leisure and entertainment centre, local parks, market, cafés, churches, local college and a museum.
Our aim is to work collaboratively with our service users to provide the best quality of care, improve the quality of their lives and help them achieve the highest level of independence and dignity, embracing service users’ needs using a holistic, person centred approach.
Robin Ward is a nine bedded female rehabilitation ward and Dove Ward is an eleven bedded male ward. Our first priority is to ensure that our service users enjoy the same right to a happy and fulfilled life as anyone else. Through using a recovery approach, we support our service users to achieve their personal best by developing skills that will support social inclusion, making their own choices and achieving optimum independence and quality of life.
Wren Ward is a 14 bedded ward for older male adults. Understanding the functions of an individual’s behaviour and how they see the world is essential when supporting their care and personal development. We focus on positive strategies encompassing compassion, courage, competency, commitment, care and communication, when making a difference in dementia/degenerative brain disorders care.