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We provide mental health, learning disability and substance misuse services as well as other specialist services to 1.7 million people across Kent and Medway.
Need-help
If you need mental health crisis help in Kent and Medway, call 0300 222 0123. This single telephone number is available 24/7 and help you manage your mental health needs.
Deciding Right App
A north-east initiative for making care decisions in advance
Services
Our Services We provide a number of different mental ...
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Services by area
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Psychological Therapies (IAPT)
Counselling and Psychology Services in Kent
Information and advice
Your care and support It may seem overwhelming when ...
Books on prescription scheme
The healing power of books Reading Well – Books ...
Clinical Audit
Clinical audit is a quality improvement cycle that involves ...
National Clinical Audits
National clinical audit projects measure healthcare practice on specific ...
Do you live in Medway?
We provide the following services in Medway: Medway Admiral Nursing Medway Community ...
Eating Disorders Service
On the 1 September 2017 the All Age Eating Disorder ...
First Steps: Raising Awareness of Perinatal Mental Health Conference
Our first perinatal mental health conference delivers.   Tears, change, ...
Live it Library
The Live it Library is an online resource of stories from people who have experienced or are experiencing mental health issues.
Mental Health Crisis Care Concordat
Mental Health Crisis Care Concordat "We commit to work ...
Mental Health Act
There will be major changes to the Mental Health ...
Mental health and people who use drugs and alcohol
We work in partnership with partners across Kent and ...
Open Dialogue
Open Dialogue is a mental health treatment model ...
Open Dialogue blog
One of our Open Dialogue leads and students, Jane ...
Recovery
We are committed to providing recovery focused mental health services in Kent and Medway.
Sign up to Safety
The Trust has signed up to the NHS England ...
Single Point of Access
Single point of access for mental health services in Kent and Medway
Smokefree
KMPT a smokefree Trust.
Case for change
Previously known a the Sustainability and Transformation Plans (STP)
East Kent
Dear colleague We want the NHS to provide excellent ...
TABLO
Next steps and the TABLO conference KMPT is hosting a conference ...
Therapeutic day
In 2015, an initiative to improve staffing within inpatient ...
Trust learning
View action plans following independent investigations in relation to ...
Accessibility
Listen to this website with BrowseAloud Whether you are ...
DeafHope
What is DeafHope? DeafHope is the UK’s only sign-language ...
Recovery and Wellbeing College
 
Research and Innovation
It is an exciting time for research in KMPT with ...
For Public and Patients
How you can become involved. Patients, Carers and the ...
Meet the Team
- In this section Our team has recently expanded, allowing ...
Current Mental Health Studies
 
Current Dementia Studies
 
Participant Experience Feedback
Research Participant Experience Questionnaire We value your opinion on ...
GDPR
 
UK-CRIS
 
Performance in Clinical Trials
At Kent and Medway NHS and Social Care Partnership Trust (KMPT) we ...
Home Grown Research
Open Dialogue We are currently taking part in a ...
Get involved
KMPT is committed to continuous service improvement through ...
Service user and carer opportunities
We believe that the Trust should test ourselves against ...
Patient and Carer Consultative Committees
We host bi-monthly Patient Consultative Committee meetings in the ...
Volunteering
Volunteer with the Kent and Medway NHS and Social Care Partnership Trust.
Community engagement
Community Engagement Group Members of the Community Engagement Group ...
Friends of Mental Health
The Friends for Mental Health is a charity that ...
Job Taster Programme
Our Job Taster Programme aims to help service users ...
Joe Blackburn
 
PLACE
Patient-Led Assessments of the Care Environment (PLACE) is a ...
Dementia Involvement
There are two dementia service user groups in the Trust. They are the Forget Me Nots and Memorybilia. Find out how you can get involved.
Dementia Service User Envoys
There are two Dementia Service User Envoys in the ...
Keith Oliver
Living with early onset Alzheimer's disease Keith Oliver lives ...
Forget Me Nots
The Forget Me Nots are a group of around 20 ...
SUNshiners
The SUNshiners is a network for people with a diagnosis ...
Memorybilia
The Memorybilia group is a network for people with a ...
Foundation Trust
Foundation Trusts are part of the National Health Service ...
Friends and Family Test
As a patient or user of our services, we ...
How are we doing?
KMPT is committed to understanding how our services are ...
Listen Up
Listening is one of the most important ways that ...
World Mental Health Day 2018
The theme of World Mental Health Day on Wednesday 10 ...
KMPT Awards 2018
We are delighted to bring you the KMPT Awards 2018! Being ...
2018 Nominees
This year, we have received over 400 nominations which ...
2018 Shortlist
This year, we have received over 400 nominations which ...
2018 Winners
What a fabulous evening! Judges had a difficult time shortlisting 15 ...
Better Together
Thank you to everyone who joined us at the ...
Experts by Experience
People who use our services help us in ...
Who we are
Kent and Medway NHS and Social Care Partnership Trust ...
Trust Board
The Trust Board has overall responsibility for the activity, integrity and strategy of the Trust, and is accountable, through its Chairman, to the NHS Trust Development Authority and the Secretary of State for Health.
Board Members
Non-Executive Directors The Non-Executive Directors share responsibility with the other ...
Board meetings
The Trust Board is publicly accountable for the running ...
Board Committees
The Trust has the following sub-committees of the main Trust ...
Trust Wide Patient and Carer Experience Group
The Trust Wide Patient and Carer Experience Group (TWPEG) provides assurance ...
Privacy and dignity and delivering same sex accommodation
As a patient using our services at Kent and ...
Equality and diversity
Equality We are committed to building and delivering services ...
Peer Support Workers
A Peer Support Worker (PSW) is a person who ...
Safer staffing
Nursing excellence "High quality, compassionate care is about people, ...
Quality Strategy
Kent and Medway NHS and Social Care Partnership Trust ...
Freedom of information
If you cannot find a document or information you ...
Policies and publications
Policies If you would like a copy of a ...
Reviews and reports
Annual Report Our Annual Report describes the changes and ...
Expenditure over threshold
The Prime Minister wrote to Secretaries of State on ...
Work for us
The CQC have rated us as an ‘Outstanding’ organisation ...
5 reasons to join us
We want patients and staff to recommend our ...
Our vacancies
All our jobs are listed on the NHS Jobs website. We regularly advertise for a range of administration, clinical and estates support roles
Staff banks
Information about our internal staff bank and nursing bank.
Allied Health Professionals
Allied Health Professionals (AHPs) are regulated by the Health ...
Considering an apprenticeship?
Are you interested in a career in the health ...
Therapeutic staffing model
Listen to our staff talk about the therapeutic staffing ...
Return to Practice
Are you looking to return to mental health nursing ...
KMPT Pride
 
CQC rating
Kent and Medway NHS and Social Care Partnership Trust ...
Connected
Our spring edition of Connected is here! This issue focuses ...
GDPR
Our commitment to your data privacy and confidentiality We ...
Access to healthcare records
 
Privacy notices
Privacy Notice How do we collect and store your ...
Records online application form
 
National Awards
Molly, Pets as Therapy dog, Winner, Unsung Hero Awards ...
Partnerships
Health We work in partnership with local NHS organisations ...
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We provide mental health, learning disability and substance misuse services as well as other specialist services to 1.7 million people across Kent and Medway.