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 winners were announced for the Trust's annual Delivering Excellence Awards, recognising and celebrating outstanding work from Trust colleagues and volunteers.
The latest edition of the Trust's magazine Connections has just been published and can be viewed on the website. The theme for this edition is volunteering.
Continuing this week’s campaign to raise awareness of what support is available to the Armed Forces community, today we will be looking at what the Trust can offer our reservists and Armed Forces personnel.
Derbyshire Healthcare Trust is looking for members of the public to stand as governors in constituencies across the county.
This week (11-15 November), we are launched our armed forces awareness campaign, to help our armed forces staff and service users understand the care we offer as an armed forces-friendly Trust.
As part of our campaign, service user Ben tell us his story… #DHCFTcaringforourforces
Rivermead CAMHS base in Belper has closed early due to floods in the area.
The winners of the Trust's writing competition were announced at the Annual Members' Meeting and published in a booklet.
Clinical Psychologist and Trust colleague Dr Kirsty Williams, who is based within the cancer service at University Hospitals of Derby and Burton NHS Foundation Trust, has won the Compassion Award at UHDB’s Making a Difference awards.
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