Inverclyde Continuing Care Bed Facility

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Summary

Ravenscraig Hospital currently provides adult accommodation within three 6 bed dormitories and 6 single rooms per Adult ward and Older Peoples accommodarion wiithin three 6 bed dormitories and 12 single rooms.

The present environment is very challenging to patients, carers and staff and is not suitable for delivering in patient mental health services.

The proposed options will aim to achieve significantly improved acommodation for parents from Inverclyde who require NHS mental health continuing care beds. Single room ensuite facilities will be provided for all patients and will promote privacy and dignity for mental health inpatients.

The proposed options will aim to significantly improve the patient experience and environment ith access to safe and secure external space from ground floor buildings including excellent access to therapeutic provision.

Carers and visitors should benefit by accessing visitor space wihtin wards which provides privacy and are fit for purpose. Easy access to safe and secure external is also important to enhance visitors experience and options during their visit to hospital.

The proposed options will aim to ensure that the essential Mental Health infrastructure required is provided to efficiently and effectively provide inpatient Mental Health services.

Update: The 42 bed facility will be built at Inverclyde Royal Hospital

Text taken from the Initial Agreement by NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde.

About this development
Project Inverclyde Continuing Care Bed Facility
Location Inverclyde Royal Hospital, Greenock
Client Body NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde
Delivery Team Archial NORR, ERZ, HubWest Scotland
Procurement Type Non Profit Distributing
Development Types Palliative care, Mental health, Inpatient facility, Elderly
SCIM Design Statement Inverclyde Continuing Care Bed Facility (PDF)
Project Summary Inverclyde Continuing Care Bed Facility (PDF)
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