A mental health hospital in Woking recorded 24 serious incidents a year including serious self harm a CQC inspection has found. There were several serious failings including, failure to protect young people from harm, poorly managed physical health conditions and insufficient experience and skill level among staff.

The hospital provides psychiatric intensive care for up to 11 young people aged 12-18 who have been detained under the mental health act. It also provides ‘low secure service for 28 adults also detained under the mental health act...read more

Get Surrey: 16 October 2017

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