KMPT COVID-19 Roadmap

Date added: 23 April 2021

During the pandemic we have adapted the ways in which we deliver our services across and Kent and Medway including the use of digital technology to support our patients, working remotely and offering assessments, treatment and reviews via video conferencing so we can help to keep our patients, their loved ones and our staff safe.

As lockdown restrictions begin to ease and we gradually return to a more usual way of life, it is vital as a Trust, we continue to maintain the safety of those we support as well as our staff during the next phase of the pandemic. 

To help provide everyone with a guide as to how we will continue to support you over the forthcoming weeks up until 21 June, we have produced a KMPT roadmap for all patients, carers and visitors to follow that is in line with the government’s own roadmap.

You can view our roadmap here

Our roadmap has been developed alongside infection control and operational staff in the Trust and sets out when we will work to resume activities like community care, group therapy sessions, escorted and unescorted leave as well as how and when people can return safely to visiting their loved ones across our sites.

While the roadmap provides a good outline of how we hope to be able to continue to offer our services, it is important to remind everyone that we are working to not only the government’s restrictions in relation to tackling COVID-19, but Public Health England’s guidance also.

We want to reassure you, as we continue to work in this way for the foreseeable future, that the health and wellbeing of our patients, carers, visitors and staff is our primary concern, so should we need to review our roadmap in order to keep everyone safe we will do this in line with any changes made to the government’s own roadmap.

If you have further questions, please contact our PALS team by emailing or speak with a member of staff responsible for your loved ones care.