Dedicated Male Wards
At St Martha’s we have three wards that provide care for up to 42 male patients. The care provided is bespoke for each patient and we will provide appropriate therapeutic environments where optimum multi-disciplinary health care can be delivered depending on each individual patient’s clinical needs. Patients are admitted from secure hospitals, other hospitals, prisons, as well as community placements where their presentations have provided signiﬁcant challenges in terms of risk management.
Multidisciplinary teams plan the most appropriate care pathway together with locality care coordinators.
Assessment and intensive support
Shamrock is a 19 bedded locked unit for men situated on the ground floor. The Unit provides care and treatment for men who may have stepped down from low-secure services or who require a locked facility due to their previous offending profile and/or their vulnerability as a result of the symptoms of their illness or disease. Shamrock Unit is the admission and assessment unit for men.
Complex care, promoting independence
With 18 beds, the Thistle Unit is situated on the first floor, Thistle provides an environment for men who have completed a period of assessment of their care needs on Shamrock Unit and may continue to progress towards further independence yet still require the safety of a locked environment.
Bespoke care with supported independence
Iris Unit is our 5 bedded locked Unit for men/women and is situated on the first floor, this specialist small unit provides opportunity for more individualised care or more independent living. All bedrooms have en-suite bathroom.
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