Cumbria Partnership NHS Foundation Trust provides over 60 community and mental health services to a population of half a million people.
We employ around 4000 staff and, every year, a fifth of the population use our services.
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Improving the quality of patient care is our main priority, that means listening to and acting on real concerns, such as patient experience, CQC results and staffing levels.
The National Health Service turns 70 on 5th July 2018 - and this is the perfect opportunity to celebrate the achievements of one of the nation’s most loved institutions. Find out what's happening locally and how you can get involved.
Over 70 members of the public, staff and governors met to discuss the achievements of the past year, and the challenges faced by CPFT. It coincides with the publication of the Trust’s Annual Report summary – “Our Year”
Mental health and wellbeing support for children and adults in Cumbria Latest News From Our Children & Families Team
Details of the support available for mental health and wellbeing in Cumbria
American newspaper reporter visits Alston hospital
Update regarding the Multi Agency Crisis Assessment Service (MACAS) pilot programme Latest News From Our Mental Health Team
Pilot aimed to get the right help to the right people at the right time.
A new unique pathway of care for people with chronic pain Latest News From Our Specialist Services Team
In the heart of cumbria, the way patients are treated with chronic pain is changing,
Cumbria Partnership NHS Foundation Trust is a large integrated provider of community and mental health services employing over 4000 people across a range of primary, community and specialist services
The Patient Experience Team provides a confidential advice and information service. We are dedicated to listening to those that use our services, their carers and relatives. Your views are important to us and will enable the Patient Experience Team to ensure we continually improve the services provided by the Trust.