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.
Highlights of our Annual General Meeting with videos of the day including interviews with CEO Claire Molloy and highlights of the year.
The Festival of Learning aims to inspire staff to get involved and learn or try something new.
Thinking about learning or trying something new? Let us know!
The CQC praise Children’s Community Services for leaping to an improved ‘Good’ rating Latest News From Our Children & Families Team
Children’s community services have significantly improved
Emergency first aid training to help save lives
Mental wellbeing advice following the Manchester Arena attack Latest News From Our Mental Health Team
This guidance is aimed at anyone exposed to the Manchester Arena attack which took place on 22 May 2017.
The Persistent Physical Symptom Service (PPSS) celebrate their 1st year Latest News From Our Specialist Services Team
More than 1500 patients have been helped
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.