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Preview of new £20 million new mental health hospital

10 October 2019
Invited guests including the Mayor of Sefton Cllr June Burns today got a chance to tour the state of the art Hartley Hospital, being built off Scarisbrick New Road. It will provide the town’s inpatient and community mental health services co-located for the first time in a modern therapeutic environment.

Liverpool Philharmonic join suicide prevention campaign on World Mental Health Day

10 October 2019
Musicians and staff from the Liverpool Philharmonic have added their support to the Zero Suicide Alliance's suicide prevention campaign on World Mental Health Day.

In Mind: Chief Executive Joe Rafferty reflects on the latest news from Mersey Care

23 September 2019
Chief Executive Joe Rafferty writes his latest blog regarding all the news from Mersey Care

Mersey Care launch drive to combat flu in schools

02 September 2019
Mersey Care launch campaign to combat flu in schools.

30 Days of Sefton in Mind (10 September - 10 October)

27 August 2019
30 Days of Sefton in Mind is a campaign to help support Sefton residents with their mental health #30DaysofSeftonInMind

Mersey Care share plans for new disability unit in Maghull

22 August 2019
Mersey Care names consultation dates for proposed new learning disability low secure unit at Maghull.
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Rowan View art commission - Artist brief and application

20 August 2019
Mersey Care NHS Foundation Trust (Mersey Care) is calling for applications from experienced and suitably qualified artists/artist teams for the commission of a coherent series of artistic pieces at a new mental health facility, Rowan View in Maghull, Merseyside.

In Mind: Chief Executive Joe Rafferty provides an update on all the news from Mersey Care

19 August 2019
Chief Executive Joe Rafferty provides his latest update on volunteering, CQC return visits and World Suicide Prevention Day.
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the Blog: A message from Lee Taylor

29 July 2019
Whilst our Chief Executive Joe Rafferty is on holiday I have been given the opportunity to write this week’s blog and put a focus on our community physical health services. Following my two years as the Chief Operating Officer for the Specialist Learning Disabilities Division in Mersey Care, about ten months ago I moved over to become the Chief Operating Officer for our Community Services Division.

The Blog: Amanda Oates, Mersey Care's Director of Workforce

22 July 2019
Amanda Oates, Mersey Care's Executive Director of Workforce, provides an update on the Trust's Just and Learning Culture