Publications and annual reports

Annual Reports

Our annual report covers all aspects of what we do and the progress we have made with delivering services.

2016-2017 Annual Report

2015-2016 Annual Report

2014-2015 Annual Report

2013-2014 Annual Report

2012-2013 Annual Report

2011-2012 Annual Report

Care Quality Commission

CQC Report 2017

CQC Report 2015

Care Quality Commission Registration

Statement of purpose

Facility Timetable (Trade Union)

Integrated Business Plan

2013 Integrated Business Plan Public Summary

Mersey Cares Magazine

Is for the whole mental health community produced by the Communications Team.   

Read the current issue of the Mersey Cares Magazine

NHS Improvement Submissions

NHS Improvement Self Certifications 2017

If you would like more information about Mersey Care NHS Trust, please contact the Communications Team on 0151 471 2336 or email the team.

No Health without Mental Health

Who we are, what we do and our key services

Nutrition and Hydration Strategy

Our commitment to the nutrition and hydration needs of our patients, staff and visitors

Quality Account

Quality Report 2017-18

Liverpool Community Health Quality Report 2017-18 As of 1 April 2018, Liverpool Community Health NHS Trust staff and services transferred to Mersey Care NHS Foundation Trust.

Quality Report 2016-17

Quality Account 2016-17

Independent Authors' Assurance Report

Quality Account 2015 - 2016

Independent Authors' Limited Assurance Report

Quality Account 2014 - 2015

Independent Authors' Limited Assurance Report

Quality Account 2013 - 2014

Independent Authors' Limited Assurance Report

Calderstones Quality Account 2016-17

Calderstones Assurance Report

Strategic Framework - Striving for Perfect Care

Strategic Framework, 2013/14 (March 2013)

Strategic Framework Review (January 2014)

Strategic Framework & Operational Plan 2014 - 2016 (March 2014)

Other - Independent Reports/Investigations

Independent investigation into the homicides of two people, known as Nina and Jenny, by Dean, a mental health service user in Manchester and Merseyside, in Bootle in 2015.

Executive summary of the independent investigation into the homicides of two people, known as Nina and Jenny, in Bootle in 2015.

Full report into the independent investigation into the homicides of two people, known as Nina and Jenny, in Bootle in 2015.

Statement on behalf of Mersey Care NHS Foundation Trust following the publication of the independent report into the homicides of two people, known as Nina and Jenny, in Bootle in 2015.

Independent investigation into the care and treatment of Leslie Gadsby, referred to as Mr Y

 

Open & Honest

​As a Trust, we have made the commitment to be more open and honest with our patients, visitors, staff and the general public. We believe that this is how a modern NHS Trust should be - open and accountable to the public and patients, and always driving improvements in care.
To ensure that the public and patients know how we are performing as a Trust, we are one of a number of NHS organisations who have pledged to be part of the Open and honest care: driving improvement programme. 

This programme supports organisations to become more transparent and consistent in publishing safety, effectiveness and experience data; with the overall aim of improving practice and culture.
Each month, we will publish data on a set of patient outcomes, and patient and staff experience. 

We will also share what we have learned with other care providers in our area to identify where changes can be made to further improve care.