Cygnet Continues its Growth in the United Kingdom2020-11-13T01:40:59+00:00

Cygnet Continues its Growth in the United Kingdom

Cygnet Health CareCygnet Health Care was established in 1988 and since then has developed a wide range of services for individuals with mental health needs, autism and learning disabilities within the UK. With a highly dedicated care team of 8800 employees, Cygnet continues to expand its footprint in the UK to provide outstanding outcomes for the people in their care.

New Facilities

Cygnet Nield House in Crewe

Cygnet Nield House

Cygnet Nield House in Crewe, a new purpose-built facility offering specialist mental health services for women, opened in September. The new service responds to a growing demand for specialist mental health care dedicated to female health and is among only a few of its kind in the country to offer specialist holistic support for people affected by personality disorder and disordered eating, the term used for unhealthy eating behaviors and worries about body image.

Cygnet Hospital Hexham

Cygnet Hospital Hexham

Cygnet Hospital Hexham, a new mental health hospital offering treatment and support for women with complex mental health needs has officially opened in Hexham. The new 27-bed facility will provide an important and much-needed service for women and will offer treatment and rehabilitation through a specialist intensive care unit and an acute service for women with a co-morbid diagnosis of learning difficulty.

Cygnet Newham House

Cygnet Newham House

Cygnet Newham House, the first women-only neuropsychiatric facility in Cygnet Health Care’s national portfolio, provides treatment and rehabilitation for conditions such as acquired brain injuries (ABI), Functional Neurological Disorders and those diagnosed with a progressive neurological disease like Huntington’s Disease. The service addresses a shortage of dedicated women’s facilities in the UK at a time when there is also a growing need nationally for neuropsychiatric care. While there are male-only units across the country, Cygnet Newham House, based in Middlesbrough, is one of only a few facilities dedicated to female care.

Cygnet Joyce Parker Hospital ribboncutting

Cygnet Joyce Parker Hospital

Cygnet Joyce Parker Hospital, a new state-of-the-art Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services (CAMHS) hospital in Coventry, will open this month (October 2020). The service will support young people aged between 12 and 18 with mental health needs in psychiatric intensive care and low secure environments. The aim of service is to help young people stabilize and return home as soon as possible.