Our core purpose is to work with people and lead communities in improving their mental and physical health and wellbeing for a better life; through delivering excellent and responsive prevention, diagnosis, early intervention, treatment and care.
The Trust marked 100 years of Learning Disability (LD) Nursing with a special celebration event.
The Trust is delighted to have been awarded the Defence Employer Recognition Scheme Bronze Award in recognition of our commitment and support for defence personnel.
Community Psychiatric Nurse Amy Harcombe is aiming to inspire young people to train as healthcare professionals and join her in the NHS.
Trust Chief Executive Ifti Majid has been named as the co-chair of a new network which aims to strengthen the voice of BME leaders in England.
For the Election to the Council of Governors of Derbyshire Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust.
Time to Talk Day on Thursday 7 February was marked across Derbyshire Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust.
To mark Children’s Mental Health week on (4-10 February), we have partnered with First News, the award-winning national newspaper to encourage children, young people and adults to look after their bodies and minds.
The Trust's Hartington Unit has been praised by The Reading Agency, the charity behind World Book Night
We are calling on people living in four areas of Derbyshire and surrounds to help strengthen the NHS, by standing in the Trust’s upcoming public governor elections and serving as the voice of their community on health-related issues.
Derbyshire Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust registrar Pranav Mahajan has designed a poster detailing the link between clozapine and possible issues with constipation. The poster has been a big success after it was presented at a conference.
Children and young people's services
Learn about our services for people with a learning disability
Make an appointment
Information for members of the public and health professionals on requesting treatment and support
Learn about different ways to stay healthy and well