Specialist Adult Mental Health and Social Care
At St Matthews Healthcare we offer a range of mental health care, rehabilitation, step-down care and integrated care pathways across hospitals, community-based MDT units and specialist mental health care homes.
Our specialist, high dependency care, and rehabilitation services across 10 facilities in the Midlands and East Sussex includes:
- hospital wards for patients who have been detained under the Mental Health Act
- chronic mental health conditions, such as schizophrenia, bipolar affective disorder, and other affective, psychotic and organic disorders
- specialist care for adults with enduring mental health problems
- offending behaviour in context of mental illness
- acquired brain injury
- young onset dementia, dementia in older people and alcohol-related dementia
- neuro-degenerative conditions like Huntington’s disease and Multiple Sclerosis care
- residential nursing care for older people with behaviours that challenge
What our Services Users say…
‘I was scared at first but you have helped me see things differently. I have hope again and feel like myself again.’
J.Dual Diagnosis patient at Broomhill Hospital, Spratton, Northamptonshire
‘I like staying here. I have my music, the people are nice and also I like the garden a lot’
R.Section 117 Aftercare Dementia resident at Moreton Centre, St Leonards-on-Sea, East Sussex
‘I didn’t want to be here at the start but now I like it and the food. My room is nice & my family can visit me anytime. ‘
K.Community-based MDT resident at Hawthorne House, Coventry, Warwickshire
About St Matthews Healthcare
Started in 1995 by Sean Sidhu-Brar and Rani Sandhu, a husband-and-wife team. This Northampton family business thrived with employees being a central part of the SMHC family while delivering high quality, compassionate care.
From a single care home, we’ve grown to an extended family of 10 specialist adult mental health and social care settings in the Midlands and East Sussex. Offering in-patient hospital services, community-based MDT rehabilitation units and nursing care homes.
Professional, personal caring approach
We’ve a passion for promoting mental and physical wellbeing through effective personal therapies in safe, nurturing environments. We are committed to fostering a culture of empowerment and accountability that drives the highest standards of care. We treat service users with dignity and respect.
Progressive multi-disciplinary care
Enabling and empowering our services users to drive their care provision, guided and supported by our multi-disciplinary teams (MDT) every step of the way.
This approach lends itself to reduce risk behaviours, and support service users to be in control of their care, and promote their independence in both social and adaptive skills.
We put you at the centre of everything we do
Our mission, Enabling you by putting you at the centre of everything we do, is the key we are using to open doors to our strategic pathway. It enables us to invest in our people’s development and deliver outstanding clinical care using a person centred approach supported by an efficient technology infrastructure so we can achieve the best clinical outcomes.
90.2% of SMHC service users have had a positive experience.
Why St Matthews Healthcare?
We care. Our is aim to be an outstanding care provider building on our 6 values (People First, Passion for care, Pursue diversity, Progressive, Partnership, Positivity). So that we create an environment where Speaking Up is supported, and integrity is embedded.
Our programmes combine mental health therapies with coping strategies and daily living skills. Our inpatient hospital services have well established in-house multidisciplinary teams including primary care service whereas our care homes have excellent links with a wide range of community health professionals to meet the need of our service users.
In addition to providing dementia care, care for those with Huntington’s disease, and respite care for people with young onset dementia, we also provide specialist nursing care for adults with specialist mental health needs and behaviours that challenge.