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ⓘ Camden and Islington NHS Foundation Trust provides mental health, substance misuse services and care for people with learning disabilities in part of London, En ..




                                     

ⓘ Camden and Islington NHS Foundation Trust

Camden and Islington NHS Foundation Trust provides mental health, substance misuse services and care for people with learning disabilities in part of London, England. It operates on over twenty sites in Camden and Islington, but by far the largest site, and the location of its administrative headquarters, is the St Pancras site. The Trust owns the site which has some other health providers as tenants occupying a small part of it.

She works at the hospital St Pancras, which, as the name suggests, is a basic tenant of object St Pancras.

It was the first care trust to be awarded NHS Foundation trust status in 2008. The first Chairman of the trust should be appointed after he became the Target of the Foundation was Richard Arthur. In the event was his last public appointment previous appointments included Chairman of the Council of Camden, he decided to retire in September 2013 after four and a half years in office. He was succeeded as Chairman of the trust, former Executive Director of the Council of Islington Le Fullick. The appointment was made after public advertisement and interview, at the suggestion of the Committee on nominations of the trust, and ratified by a vote, after discussion in the governing Council. The remuneration and nomination Committee, to give it its full title and also control the process of appointing non-Executive Directors Trustand also makes recommendations in respect of pay and working conditions. It consists of the Chairman of the trust, senior independent Director of the trust, and the majority of governors elected by the governing Council. The Committee Chairman is elected by the Committee and the current Chairman of the 2015 Wendy Savage.

He was named by health magazine as one of the top one hundred NHS trusts to work in 2015. At that time it was 1774 and staff the level of absence through illness of 2.54%. 55% of employees recommend it as a place for treatment and 56% have recommended it as a place to work.

The trust began to use the Carenotes electronic system of patient records that can be accessed from mobile devices in September 2015.