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ⓘ Calderstones Partnership NHS Foundation Trust based in Whalley, Lancashire, England, was a provider of services for people with a Learning Disability or other d ..




                                     

ⓘ Calderstones Partnership NHS Foundation Trust

Calderstones Partnership NHS Foundation Trust based in Whalley, Lancashire, England, was a provider of services for people with a Learning Disability or other developmental disorders in the North West of England. It became a Foundation Trust in 2009.

It provides an on-site assessment and treatment facility with hospital for the care of Wally and the overall service that includes more than 40 houses in the Northwest. Some of the land that was previously used by the facility was sold for housing.

In 2001, the trust cared for 375 people, 211 in Calderstones, and 164 in the community. 85 people came through the court.

Calderstones was once the centre of institutional care, in Lancashire, with 3 hospitals, brockhall certified institution Langho colony of epilepsy and Calderstones certified companies in the vicinity.

Calderstones hospital headed on Burnley health district from 1974 to 1982, when he moved to the Lancashire health administration.

In June 2015, it was reported, was considering a merger with mercy services NHS trust. He currently has a turnover of £42 million a year, and it will be a reduction of beds from 215 to 182.

He was named by health magazine as one of the top one hundred NHS trusts to work in 2015. At that time it was 1396 full-time equivalent employees and sickness absence rate of 6.1%. 61% of employees recommend it as a place for treatment and 62% recommended it as a place to work.

In October 2015, it was announced that the hospital will be closed and the trust abolished by July 2016. Merseycare to take over the remnants of the organization.